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jransbottom

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Hi All:

Starting to put the parts together to clone the Estes Starlab but I can't figure out what size tubing the stabilizer ring is made out of. It's listed as SBT-394AJ and the part number is 30449 which makes me believe it is BT-101, but does anyone know for certain? Can somebody measure theirs and let me know? If it is BT-101, how long is it?

Thanks in advance.

JR
 

Stymye

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that means it's 3.94 O.D. ........so it's Bt-101.. now hopefully someone knows the length

I'm guessing SBT stands for Saturn Body Tube?
 

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jransbottom,
Fancy meeting you here. Welcome to TRF, you're gonna love it here. While I can't answer your current question, somebody will. Again welcome, and don't forget to post pictures when your done.
 

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Yup, mine was 1 inch. Always liked that model. Especially the little "docked" shuttle/liftingbody that went into the motor mount for display....but then I never did get around to building a display stand that would hold it "upside down" before the rocket finally met it's demise some years back.....

Dave
 
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