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Ianh
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Forum Posts: 20
19th Jan 2019 12:38  
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It is amazing that companies that supply almost RTR Yachts don't think. What comes to mind on Joysway, Thunder Tiger and Kyosho is that it needs 12 Bowsies that's all you get! They should add a few extra screws and Bowsies it literally cents to them. I dropped a bowsie off the bench when I rigged the DF 95 black bowsie, black tiled floor don't go together, found it after about 10 minutes of cussing. One thing Joysway did on the DF 95 was give you about an extra metre of Dyneema. TT and Kyosho I think they must supply it to the exact mm! And no spare Stainless Self Tappers if the yacht needs 12 you get 12.


Only old in years not mind or soul.
Nerys
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Forum Posts: 38
19th Jan 2019 19:14  
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mdlbt.com/49731

In my experience this is true of any kit and from what I hear, flat pack furniture.


When the winds before the rain, soon you may make sail again, but when the rain's before the wind, tops'l sheets and halyards mind
unknowndna
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Forum Posts: 4
19th Jan 2019 19:38  
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Bowsies are easy to make. I've had DF65 ones break so I 3d print my own. I've also made them out of servo horns for other boats and one guy at our club uses buttons. Not sure how race legal they are, but since I don't race it doesn't matter to me.