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jetlag

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Hello, folks,

I have for sale 6 packages of F62T-M reloads for the older 29/60-100 Aerotech case. Price is $8.00 each, $6.00 shipping for the first one with $0.50 added for each additional.
Please PM me if interested for payment info.

Many Thanks,
Allen

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new2hpr

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It's not "older". It's just the Aerotech/Rouse-tech 29-60 case. The instructions are just generic for both the 60 and 100.

The F62 is a great motor. I've flown a bunch of them. Good price, too.

How are you shipping them legally?

Thanks,
-Ken
 

jetlag

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It's not "older". It's just the Aerotech/Rouse-tech 29-60 case. The instructions are just generic for both the 60 and 100.

The F62 is a great motor. I've flown a bunch of them. Good price, too.

How are you shipping them legally?

Thanks,
-Ken
I have a friend in the business with a waiver.

Allen
 

jetlag

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These have been sold!

Thanks for all the interest!

Allen
 

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I am building a RMS F62T-14A relaod in a 29/60 case, the delay that came with the kit is way to large and does not fit into the forward enclosure, what am I missing here. I have 2 of these with the same issue. This is not my first 29mm reload so not sure why this version is different.
 

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Wow - there’s an old thread.

In what dimension is it too large? Diameter? Do the delay grain and spacer fit into the delay liner, but that assembly is too large in diameter to fit in the forward closure? If that’s true, you may need to peel off one, thin outer layer of paper from the delay liner. Don’t force it.

Mark
 

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It's difficult to tell from the picture but it looks like that is the hobby line fwd closure, not a 29/60 closure.


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yep I didn't at first understand that these are different from the hobby line. Thanks
 
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