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Scode68

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I'm coming back to rocketry after something like 25 years since my kids are showing an interest in Rocketry.

I'm rebuilding some old rockets that look like the nephew got a hold of. I'm planing on starting with the Centuri SST Shuttle. I know Centuri used different diameters than Estes so I'm lost. Trying to find a tube of similar size that I can just splice in. The rocket look like somebody stepped on it but the Shuttle and the lower half of the main rocket are in good shape.
 

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Good news. Semroc has everything you need to repair this kit. They used to offer it as a kit but stopped doing so a year or two ago.

Here is the parts list as found on Jimz :

SST Parts List
 

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Semroc it is then.

Back on the JimZ site there is a button for the full PDF version. Can anyone open these? I forgot that the instructions for the SST was so long and it was a pain to download each one.
 

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The tube that was used on the SST Shuttle is a Centuri ST-10, which is slighter larger in diameter than an Estes BT-50.
 

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Thanks,

Semroc has the ST-1080 which is a perfect fit. 1.000" ID. 1.040" OD. 8" long
 

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