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Erfolg07/06/2013 19:01:22
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Where can you buy those plastic mouldings which are commonly found on indoor models, that take 2mm CF. They area effectively a moulded 45 degree bend.

One long bit fits into the fuz, then the bend, then a CF axle, holding the wheel.

I do not know how better to describe the items.embarrassed

WolstonFlyer07/06/2013 19:11:23
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Hi

SLEC have them for 1.5mm carbon rod. 6th item down the page
**Link**
Matt Holmes07/06/2013 19:12:15
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is this the sort of thing you aer looking for?

http://www2.ripmax.net/Item.aspx?ItemID=F-RAA1450&Category=125-10-20

GONZO07/06/2013 19:26:26
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What about **LINK**

WolstonFlyer07/06/2013 19:30:24
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Oops I didn't read the post properly... I thought you wanted control horns for 2mm carbon rod!

I think this is the manufacturer of the wheel axles. **Link**

Edited By WolstonFlyer on 07/06/2013 19:34:39

Erfolg07/06/2013 20:12:49
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Well, all I can say, is well done, Wolstonflyer and Gonzo.

The stub axles are the closest to what I have, or had on my model, the set could be right, but not obviously so, due to lack of info.

Thanks, I will get some ordered. Now I need CF rod!

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