LOC-VII anyone got one?

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  1. Jan 12, 2019 #31

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    Precisely . . .

    I have no commercial intentions, whatsoever.

    Frankly, I hope that LOC will produce a "LOC V" kit, eventually . . . It would be right in the "sweet spot", motor wise !

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  2. Jan 12, 2019 #32

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    Hmm . . . They're not 1/2 ", are they ?

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    Give them a call. They might be able to conger up something....
     
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    Nope, 3/8''.
     
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    They are in reality probably 8mm Baltic Birch which is just a hair under 3/8" iirc (~.323" vs~.375").
     
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    The fins measure .365 inches +/- 0.005in, so 3/8 inches.
     
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    In my experience, they will custom make almost anything. They will scale existing kits if you like, and have done so for years. If anyone wants a LOC IV scaled for 5.5” diameter, I’m sure they will do it and proabaly already have done it for someone else.
     
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    Excellent . . . Many Thanks !

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    Dave - absolutely. I had thought I was uploading large images, but my photos output was set to medium. I uploaded the large versions just now in the LOC VII build thread (still need to go through the LOC Hawk thread and make corrections). Thanks for catching that - would you mind checking the LOC VII build thread to verify you can see the large images?
     
  13. Jan 12, 2019 #43

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    Jason,

    It would be my pleasure, sir . . . Looking now !

    Unfortunately, they are all small. You may need to re-upload them.

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    The guy is the pic below looks like he set his up for Dual Deployment . . . I can see a switchband.

    Dave F.

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    Dave, thanks for checking. I set it up to show the thumbnails, but if you click on the image, it should bring up a much larger version. The post is just easier to read with the thumbnails instead of the full sized pictures.
     
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    Jason,

    NOW, they are enlarging. Before, they were the same size when clicking on them.

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