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Tail rotor blades 130 mm

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Tail rotor bladesSpecification 8.0 mm blade root8.7 g approx.29 mm blade chord5.0 mm profile thicknesssymmetrical130 mm longbalanced1 pair

Prix 65,70 €
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Canopy latch

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The canopy retainer set helps to keep your canopies undamaged for a long period. It absorbs movement, such as abrupt shocks in hard landings, and prevents cracks developing in the canopy.Knurled nuts are used to hold the canopy in place, and they do not intent the canopy when tightened.The components of the canopy retainer system are screwed against...

Prix 7,30 €
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Hammer, weight 230 g

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How do you fix anything to a wooden component using a metric machine screw?
The answer is to fit a captive nut as follows:
Drill a hole of the right size to accept the nut barrel, then drive the nut's projecting teeth into the wood using a hammer and fairly gentle force; the captive nut is correctly fitted when its disc rests squarely on the surface of the wood.

Tip: place a piece of scrap wood under the workpiece when drilling the hole, to prevent untidy edges where the drill exits the wood.

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How do you fix anything to a wooden component using a metric machine screw?
The answer is to fit a captive nut as follows:
Drill a hole of the right size to accept the nut barrel, then drive the nut's projecting teeth into the wood using a hammer and fairly gentle force; the captive nut is correctly fitted when its disc rests squarely on the surface of the wood.

Tip: place a piece of scrap wood under the workpiece when drilling the hole, to prevent untidy edges where the drill exits the wood.

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Hammer, weight 230 g

Hammer, weight 230 g

How do you fix anything to a wooden component using a metric machine screw?
The answer is to fit a captive nut as follows:
Drill a hole of the right size to accept the nut barrel, then drive the nut's projecting teeth into the wood using a hammer and fairly gentle force; the captive nut is correctly fitted when its disc rests squarely on the surface of the wood.

Tip: place a piece of scrap wood under the workpiece when drilling the hole, to prevent untidy edges where the drill exits the wood.

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