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    Aziz, Westerriff, Assurance Envoy for sale
    Just a further update, to confirm that ENVOY has also now been sold, and is soon to be returned to service ! The purchaser has, over and above the purchase price, very very kindly made a sizeable contribution that is to be
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    d to the club. All that remains now is WESTERRIFF, which still remains open to offer. None have yet been received, however all and any offers will be considered, so please feel free, I may well say yes ! Thank you, Dave
    7 months ago by Davecounty
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    All hooked up, nowt happens...
    Hi Steve, Sorry to have to correct you BUT changing the Running & reverse Mode IS described in the instructions posted, see Step 3 , as shown in attached Snipping Tool clip. After selecting 'Running Mode' as the parameter to change (Step 2) wait for the two beeps close together. Then immediately shove the throttle stick forward. You should then hear the 'special tone' which tells you that you selection has been saved. Move the stick full back within 2 secs of this tone and you exit the programming mode and all should be stored. If you still have to command reverse twice then the ESC may simply not be capable of normal For/Rev. Although the table indicates that it is. I often wonder why folk buy this stuff without instructions! Just to save a few shekels? Or was it found in a flea market or
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    d? Cheers, Doug 😎
    10 months ago by RNinMunich
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    Merry Christmas and a Happy New year.
    πŸŽ„πŸŽ„ Merry Christmas πŸŽ„πŸŽ„ everyone! Thank you all too for another fantastic year. Thanks to everyone who's supported the website and
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    d. Soon you'll all see a brand new, faster and easier to use website. Development has been going on across the year, so fingers crossed there will be a launch soon πŸ˜‰ It's all your continued support that makes upgrades possible πŸ‘ Have a super day, hope Santa brings everything you wanted πŸŽ… and enjoy your times with family & friends. Stephen
    10 months ago by Fireboat
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    Cross Matching tx/RX from different brands.
    As a vintage model restorer and user it would be handy to have a chart showing which branded tx's will work with which rx's. I have an assortment of radio gear from the early 60's to quite modern 90's, but as most of the models I have were
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    d to me without either the tx or occasionally the RX sorting out with such a chart would be easy. 27mhz and 40mhz. Along with the more recent 2.4ghz. Could be split into 3 sections, to show compatibility. Sounds like a challenge, but together we could compile such a chart. ANY TAKERS. Cheers Colin.
    1 year ago by Colin H
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    Taycol Supemarine Resurrection
    Wholeheartedly agree Boaty, my fleet is made up of vintage boats which I love reviving, most of them were
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    d to me over the last 4 years my wife and I both enjoy sailing our boats and trying to encourage younger folk to try it. I have no problem turning over control of my 50 plus year old boats to total beginners of any age, the youngest so far is my grandson who started on his 3rd birthday with a small rc boat I bought him. Now at 4 he's getting quite good and learning learning manoeuvring with my large tug Valiant which is just over 4ft and pushing 60yrs old. I have never been tired of those that are willing to learn and have a go. BTW The supermarine is mine and I am going to be installing it into my father's old sea commander built in 1957. Originally had a diesel, but the taycol is the ideal replacement. And with Doug doing the rebuild on it I will be able to use it with my modern rc system. Cheers Colin.
    1 year ago by Colin H
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    LED's for sale
    open to offers and all proceeds from this sale will be
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    d to this site
    2 years ago by kmbcsecretary
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    Waterproof voltage droppers for sale
    open to offers all proceeds from this workshop clearance will be
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    d to this site
    2 years ago by kmbcsecretary
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    Graupner switcher unit for sale
    open to sensible offers and all proceeds will be
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    d to this site
    2 years ago by kmbcsecretary
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    Tempory computer
    Hi Ron, Thanks for your comments. The small Tug (EMANUEL) is 16" long, scale unknown. No crew as yet, but will try some of my model railway figures. The larger Tug (VALIANT) is 48" and is 1/32nd scale. But using 1/35th scale crew. As for your Gipsy yacht. I'd love a copy of your plans, could it be possible to copy and email. if yes I'll pm you my email address, it's quite possible I have a suitable part built hull that was
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    d to me at a show last year. Cheers Colin.πŸ‘
    2 years ago by Colin H
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    Fairmile
    This beautifully madden boat has been kindly
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    d to our Club (Aldridge Model Boat Club ) by the former Chairman of Rugeley Power Station Model Club, looks great on the water and has a static display .Thanks again Brian Rogers
    2 years ago by Sparkman
    Guestbook
    Guestbook Post
    I do a lot of wreck research and one of the reasons I joined was to find a sea plane tender that had picked up the pilot from a 1941 plane I had found underwater. I needed a photo of a similar boat but couldn't find the tender on the web. I mentioned it on here and back came a photo of the self same sea plane tender from RNMunich? That meant so much to me but I have been intrigued by the details and research modellers do on here. I felt so grateful that I
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    d to such a great site.
    2 years ago by SelwynWilliams
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    what shall we make with this!
    so following a plea for a cast off boat for a friend, Dave generously
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    d this hull, its very nice. We discussed a gun boat, in a stand off sort of scale, as he likes military, with perhaps a superstructure that can be removed, and a different one made to fit, so two boats In one. But the more I look at it, the more I think it would make a minesweeper etc sort of thing. I'm not that well up with this sort of craft, its 43 inches long, so quite narrow, It has to be pretty much "none fussy" as the owner and builder is relatively new to this, Ill help, but its his boat, and he has clumsy hands, 😊 so it wont be super detailed. Easy to use, so single screw, more than likely brushed motor running nimhs or even lead acid (ouchπŸ€“ that goes against everything I do!)_ Ideas please!
    2 years ago by pmdevlin
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    Donations - Thank You
    Hi All, Just a quick thank you to everyone who
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    d in 2017 and so far in 2018. It's only with the kind contribution of members this website keeps going. Advertising helps, but it doesn't fully cover the costs of hosting, domains, mobile apps, security certificates and upkeep on its own. A few things on here are due an overhaul again, usually I take time out at Christmas to overhaul sections of the website, but this Christmas break was too hectic, so the website had to take the back seat (or the stern perch). Going forward it's still a life project that continues for me. The website will turn 11 this year, it's come a long way in that time. Originally just static pages, people would email photos of their boats and I'd manually put them online. Laughably unsustainable these days if that still happened, so I must thank you all for keeping the ship sailing, the engines firing and the masts raised! I'd still like to overhaul the website, so amongst juggling a job and other commitments I will be working on this. If you haven't yet but would like to do so, please consider donating. The average donation last year was Β£8 - so an even bigger thank you to those who stretched a bit further. Donations can be sent securely through PayPal – just click the amount you’d like to
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    in the left side panel on the website or at the bottom of the home tab on the mobile app. If your local currency isn't GBP, PayPal will let you enter a value in your local currency. Cash and cheques are accepted although less preferred because of security. If you wish to do this anyway, please PM me for details. Many thanks once again, Happy 11th Birthday to the website and Best Wishes to everyone for 2018! Stephen
    2 years ago by Fireboat
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    new member
    Hi Neil, it was the Second PayPal War! πŸ˜‰ I
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    d a couple of times to help out with the expenses of running the site! No dough - no go! πŸ€” Have a look on your Profile / Account to see how to do it. Cheers Doug 😎
    2 years ago by RNinMunich
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    What to do????
    Thank you all for your help. I spoke with my mom and she is not wanting to "sell" but wants to
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    to a museum. At least for now. I will definitely show her the posts and she can hopefully make a decision. Thank you again!!
    2 years ago by Kathy
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    What to do????
    My dad passed away leaving the family around 30 model boats each one taking around a year to complete, and other types of models. We would like to each keep one and the others would do well in a museum. Any suggestions as to who to call to
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    ?
    2 years ago by Kathy
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    What to do????
    Hi Kathy Sorry to hear of your loss. Are the models static (display only) or radio controlled models? Most charities are usually willing to accept
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    d models, and the RNLI may be a good starting point. If they are RC then you can advertise on this and other sites or even e-bay. Museums do sometimes accept particular models but they often have a vast collection already and many are in storage and not on public display. As a start you could take pictures of the models and post in the Forum under for sale and see if there is any interest. Don't post your e-mail address or telephone number to avoid getting spam. I usually just put a location like Cheshire UK to help identify your location.
    2 years ago by Dave M
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    Hobby Engine Richardson Upgrade
    Hi Doug I have to agree with Mark. The Club was
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    d a completed model and it was very restricted space inside. As mark says it sails OK with one ESC and there was even room for a switcher unit for lights. Your Destroyer would benefit installation, especially if youu other hand is engaged with litre jug of the gold nectar!
    2 years ago by Dave M
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    Display stand and transport case.
    Pmdevlin you could
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    yours to a caring amateur like me 😁😁😁
    2 years ago by neilmc
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    Kingsmill mbc 10th anniversary open day
    This event has now been rescheduled for Saturday 2nd of September all are welcome to join us but please p.m me if require gazebo space. This event has been sponsored by the following traders who have
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    d goods and vouchers for prizes and raffle Nylet, Macs Mouldings, Hobbies, Permagrit, Deluxe Materials, Prop shop the hours are 9am till 5pm thank you
    2 years ago by kmbcsecretary
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    Sea Queen refurbishment
    Hi Boatshed, the Queen was treated with TRICLOROETHANE. Sorry can't divulge where but it was done in a laboratory by a guy who owed me a massive favour from when I was working. Even I don't know exactly how its done but sure worked. Wish I could get all my old boats done, as you I have many including an original fireboat from 1957. Also a Sea Urchin, and two Swordsman, a large launch from the early 60's Caroline is 56 inches, plus a 46 inch tug, about 8 other boats that need work, not to mention 5 sailing boats. Most of the fleet are used for displays at vintage and steam rally's. My wife and I spend the winters doing restoration work on models that get
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    d to us. Good night. Colin.
    2 years ago by Colin H
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    Constellation
    This model was started in February of 1999, and has been worked on, at best, in fits and starts. While progress has been made, and it's capable of sailing, it's far from finished. It began as plywood paneling pulled from the walls of my first house and cut into frames. it was to be planked with white pine strips, also scraps from remodeling, but I was distracted by a book. Nasty things books, put all sorts of ideas in your head. I got the idea of making a plug for a mold so I could turn out THREE hulls! One for me, one for sale, and one to be
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    d to the real ship. To that end, and with the inspiration of the book, instead of planking, I battened the hull and sheathed it with brown paper wet-n-stick packing tape. Let's just say, that wasn't a good idea and leave it at that. A lot of life changes happened; moved to a farm; got unmarried, sold the farm, got an apartment, got a house with a workshop, and 10 years later, recommenced work on the model. I continued on with the original plan for about a day when I shifted gears and decided to glass the "plug" and make it a hull. I proceeded to prep it to that end, but looking back, what I should have done was strip it down the the forms and start again, planking it properly. instead, I covered the outside with 4oz cloth, filled between the battens with poly resin and glass matting. The images show the model from it's start to it's glassing, though the site won't allow me to dictate the order in which they're presented - sorry for that. The model is of the American sloop of war Constellation launched in 1855, and as she appeared in Naples in 1856 based on a painting of her by Thomas deSimone. She is 1:36 scale; 1 inch = 3 feet. Beam: 13-5/8" (34.6 cm) Length on deck: 61" (154.9 cm) Length between perpendiculars (American): 59-1/8" (150.2 cm) Draft, without ballast keel: 7" (17.8 cm) With 3-1/2" ballast keel: 10-1/2" (26.7 cm) Weight, with ballast: Approx. 100 pounds (45.36 kg) Length over the rig: 95" (241.3 cm) Width over the rig: 30.5" (77.5 cm) ~ Main yard w/o stuns'l booms. Height bottom of keel to main truck, without ballast keel: 65" (165.1 cm) With ballast keel: 69" (175.3 cm) Total Sail Area: 2,807.01 square inches in 17 sails (19.5 sf, 18,110 scm, 1.8 sqm) Working Sail Area: 1,836.1square inches in 13 sails (12.75 sf, 11,845 scm, 1.2 sqm)
    2 years ago by Jerry Todd
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    brass portholes
    I cannot find any brass portholes with the two bars across them, they are made, as I have one that came in a box of bits that was
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    d to the club. Any ideas lads Alan
    3 years ago by AlanP
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    Web Site Funding
    Allen R As far as I am aware there is no target for donations. Membership is and always has been free. Our membership has always grown steadily and the wealth of free advice and expertise is a credit to all members who
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    their time to help fellow modellers. Whilst I am sure Stephen is happy to accept donations to help fund the costs this is voluntary and targets, to me anyway, suggests otherwise. Dave
    3 years ago by Dave M
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    Web Site Funding
    Thanks to everyone who has
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    d! This month we've broken records on the number of people who have contributed in a single month! If anyone would like to publically show they've supported the website, you can now add a 'Good Conduct' medal to your avatar. You don't have to, by default it's off, but if you want to show your support you can switch it on in the my account page or your donations page. In other news, the next project for me is giving you all a better iOS mobile app. I'll keep you all posted on that. Thanks again everyone 😊 Stephen
    3 years ago by Fireboat
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    Web Site Funding
    Attention on Deck, Attention on Deck, Who's next, will it be you! Please contribute it's for a good cause. Now I know I've said it time and time and again. But we need to give so the website has funding to keep on going. Without your Contributions we wont have a website, we can come and participate and share knowledge or see pictures or ever see video's about our hobby. so lets show how much we care about the website GIVE,
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    , Contribute to the cause Now. That is All, Carry on! πŸ‘ Did I neglect to mention we've had 21 Contributers, let's see who else will join the Ranks...
    3 years ago by figtree7nts
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    Web Site Funding
    All's quiet on the donation front today, we must be in the doldrums come on lets have another sudden storm and liven things up a bit, all hands on deck sorry I mean in pockets. I know times are hard after Christmas but if anyone think things are so bad do let me know, I do have a few lengths of rope with nooses already tied, name and address and I will send you one complete with instructions but always remember things are never as bad as they seem every cloud has a silver lining, please, please
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    . Thanks to all who are already on board....
    3 years ago by allenrod
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    Web Site Funding
    Just
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    d, thanks for running the site 😊
    3 years ago by jonbliss152
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    Web Site Funding
    Hi Mataroa Thanks, for donating now doesn't that feel good! Ok, everybody now that we have 16 donators let's show how much we care and need the website to stay up and currant with donations. come on come on lets
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    .... πŸ‘ Where are my manors, I ment to thank all who have
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    d to the cause, and those who will
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    . πŸ‘
    3 years ago by figtree7nts
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    Web Site Funding
    Good Man Cliff, you are now one of the 15πŸ‘ so far this month, we have 3775 members so only another 3760 to still
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    , just think what the total would be if everyone just gave a fiver....
    3 years ago by allenrod
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    Web Site Funding
    Good afternoon to all, Who's next lets show how much you appreciate this website! Where else is their this much model boat knowledge. Show how much you care!
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    now! if you can. Keep the Website going.
    3 years ago by figtree7nts
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    Web Site Funding
    Hi allenrod I have no problem donation money to the website but it some times hard to communicate with no email and call by phone and left a messages and get no reply back it is so frustration for me i will be
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    again to keep the website going .cliff
    3 years ago by Mataroa
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    Web Site Funding
    Hi Allenrod Thanks, it felt good to
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    ! It's definitely a worth while cause. I just hope others will follow in our foot steps! πŸ‘
    3 years ago by figtree7nts
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    Web Site Funding
    Any amount helps the cause, it feels good to
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    to such a worthy website as this one. Who's next come on we should all give at least a fiver Like Jarvo said, any amount helps. who's next are you the next person to
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    . This website is extremely helpful, think of all the fine people you've met or will meet. Think of it this way where else would you hangout, read learn and share well where....? 😊 If you don't have a Paypal account that's alright, just do a straight forward Contribution... Not only that but, it feels good!
    3 years ago by figtree7nts
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    Website upgrade coming soon!
    Yes I fully agree with you robbob, the website is a credit to you, regarding the upgrade I think all active members should
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    at least a fiver lets see the January donation list number grow from its present miserable 2! well into the twenties and even thirties, show your appreciation, and a happy new year to all.πŸ‘πŸ˜Š
    3 years ago by allenrod
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    new steamer
    Thought I would show off my recently finished project,Made everything except steam gauge deck fittings and fiberglass hull which was
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    d by a good friend. Engine made from bar stock and boiler silver soldered copper tube which has been tested to 100psi! Roger
    3 years ago by shavings
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    HMAFV Stirling
    Stirling was one of the last generation of Rescue & Target Towing Launches built for the RAF and were designated Mk 3 RTTL and were delivered in the mid 1970's. The model is 1/24 scale and is 39inches L.o.a completed November 2015 from
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    d hull, all else is scratch built. twin 555 motors running at 12v with 2 x 6v 4a sla batteries in parallel, gives a good scale speed, and has about 45min endurance..
    3 years ago by colindavies
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    Donations
    HI Northumbrian, It's a tricky one, as some members may not be comfortable with having it known to others that they've
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    d. Currently contributor or non-contributor is shown to them privately but nothing publically. How do people feel about having a star (or similar) publically next to their name if they've contributed? If a change like this was made, anyone who has already
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    d will be asked first before anything is shown publically. Thanks, Stephen
    4 years ago by Fireboat
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    Donations
    HI Stephen I have made a couple of donations so far to encourage more members to
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    would it be possible to award points (just a thought)
    4 years ago by Northumbrian
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    Donations
    HI Stephen Will go on Google apps and give five stars and website to
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    layer tonight Cheers ans keep up good work Neil
    4 years ago by neilmc
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    Donations
    HI All, Donations are always through PayPal, this keeps things secure and means you can use many forms of payment. On the website itself you can find it in the left side panel of every webpage. Currently the app doesn't have a
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    button but it is something that should be added. I will look to do this in the coming weeks. What would be great are some 5* reviews in the app stores guys! Unless you're not happy with the apps... in which case let me know how they can be improved on here πŸ˜‰ I'd rather that than a bad review in the app store! πŸ‘ Stephen
    4 years ago by Fireboat
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    Donations
    HI Stephen Likewise could we
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    through paypal etc???? Mark Dont use apps but equaly dont want to loose the web site
    4 years ago by jarvo
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    Help with SEA QUEEN.
    HI Dave, Yes its a TRITON, the kit was started in 1971 by the previous owners father who sadly died last year and his family
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    d it to me to hopefully finish and sail. The pond yacht was built by a modeler from south Wales, at the end of the 2nd world war. His son who I met at a show at easter and he offerd it to me for free plus some other bits of modeling stuff. The hull is bread and butter construction and the deck is 1/4 inch thick pine. the keel is 10lbs solid lead. but its missing a forward sail, and some rigging, so if anyone knows how it should be rigged please let me know, apparently the steering is controlled by the sails. But thats all new to me. The pictured fire boat is one of two part built models from another donor. plus a couple of kits and loads of parts, hulls of various types. The smallest of which is the Triton, and the biggest the pond yacht at 47 inches long and overall height of 49 inches. I think the total boats that my wife and I have now own is 37, but so far only 13 are ready to use, the rest need repairs or refurbs. I just hope I can keep modelling long enough to finish them all. Arthritis is catching up with me. Thanks Colin.
    4 years ago by Colin H
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    Help with SEA QUEEN.
    HI to Dave and all who were following this post. Sorry for the delay in following up but I've had serious homelife problems and haven't been able to do any modelling since my last post. And now my campervan has packed up so that is my first priority. Then when its back on the road I'll get on with my models. Pictures today are of models that have been
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    d to me since june. Most need work to finish or refurb. the 1st will be the Sea Queen. Hope to be actively modelling again soon. Thanks Colin.
    4 years ago by Colin H
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    M.F.A Tracker
    This is my M.F.A Tracker . When originally purchased it had the large and heavy 850 motors in it and old electronics , after a close call with a fire on board I decided to refit her out with modern Brushless motors and over rated Escs powered by Lipo's . Works out a 1/3 rd the weight 3 times the speed and run time over an hour . So a great result Oh yes , sound effects
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    d by nearby Tug 😊
    5 years ago by CraigRobotham
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    Master Hand - Lowestoft Trawler LT1203
    Sorry for delay in answering. I made the sails from a Egyptian cotton bed sheet
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    d by my wife. They were then dyed with dylon dye.
    5 years ago by JediErn
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    VISTAFJORD
    SHE WAS
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    D TO FURNESS MODEL BOAT CLUB AND WAS SCRATCH BUILT SHE HAS JUST MADE HER LAST VOYAGE UNDER THE NAME SAGA LADY CLUB MEMBERS HAVE GIVEN HER A MAKE OVER AND SHE HAS THE OLD ORIGINAL MOTORS POWERING HER ALONG SHE IS A VERY GRACEFUL MODEL AND SAILS VERY WELL
    6 years ago by smasher
    Forum
    Help needed to convert Kiel Kraft fire tender to electric
    HI Alan, I REALLY try to support the shops, but it really annoys me when this sort of thing happens, exactly the same happened to me refurbing my Dads 3 foot fireboat. I was sold a useless hi tech esc rated at something like 10 amps, a massive 55 mm prop, and a huge 6v brick lead acid, with a silly little motor, I melted the esc wires the first time I used it at my first fireboat fun day, luckily Pete D took me under his wing, and various peeps there
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    d bits and bobs to get the boat running properly. I just didn't know any better, neither did the model shop> 😟 This was in the days before this forum!
    6 years ago by pmdevlin
    Blog
    Victory Industries Vosper Fire Boat RC conversion part 3
    So to the steering. Before we start, all the wire used in this was kindly
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    d by various paperclips of different sizes. First cut a hole in the cockpit floor around the embossed hatch markings and adding the 2 semI circular extensions to give access to the tops of the rudder shafts. Make sure to leave an adequate lip to mount a false floor over the hole and make a watertight join. Attached is a jpeg file of the shape of the floor to act as a template but the resultant floor will need fettling to get a good fit. This is supposed to be a pdf file but I can't upload that so I can't guarantee the size. I recommend cutting a thick paper or thin card one first to check for problems before cutting a plastic one. I made mine out of 1mm plastic and to avoid an ugly gap around the steps I shortened slots for the sides of the steps by about 1mm and the chamfered the ends of the slots so they rest against the steps. The original hatch is marked on the pdf so when transferring the shape down you can pin prick through to mark the corners and then draw the hatch, I used the point of a pair of dividers. Fitting a small servo between the humps where the prop shafts exit the hull seemed a good idea. There is a central lug to the rear of these that is used to mount the battery box on some boats that offered a handy mounting point for a base plate to mount the mechanism on. The base plate was made to fit comfortably between the humps to locate it sideways and long enough to fit over the lug and be screwed down. The mounting for the servo was glued to this plate. (Photo 4)
    6 years ago by smiggy
    Response
    Aerokits 46'' Fireboat twin screw brushless conversion
    I realised a bit ago that the right tooling and a machine or two makes the building so much fun . I sacrificed two rc helis, a collection of jaguar racing memorabilia and a birthday to get a second hand Chester minI lathe luckily I had someone who
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    d some tooling and taught me the basics. A load of jobs have been done, last week I decided I needed a new set of struts for an rc plane. Made em myself out of scrap ally bar picked up in a skip! The milling machine was hs93's he was upgrading two years ago. I was able to pay monthly! That's a harder machine to use Imo it comes in very handy soon for the mast! !
    6 years ago by pmdevlin


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