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RNLI Tyne Class Print Booklet
Author: Spitfire99   Posts: 1   Photos: 10   Subscribers: 1   Views: 496   Responses: 6   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)
RNLI Tyne Class - Posted: 23rd Jan 2018
Morning All
I’m just about to start building a 1/12 Tyne class model that the wife got me for a birthday. The hull is from models by design but is now owned by mount fleet models
I wanted to go brushless motors this time around and have never used them before. Already had some help on that subject from you guys around the ESC and wire cutting. I’m going to build this model on the tyne that was base at shoreham before it got the Tamar class. Will keep you all posted on the progress

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Response by Spitfire99 on the 23rd Jan 2018
Got any photos, would love to see it
Response by jtdavid on the 23rd Jan 2018
there are four for you to get you into the mood for building, if you enjoy it as much as did, you wont stop building. I have the full build some where. if you need any help let me no.

Response by nhp651 on the 2nd Oct 2018
are all your fittings 3D printed, and did you print them yourself or from another scource……...look really nice...…….fancied building our old Tyne at Fleetwood for some years now.👍