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1.25 subdrivers

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  • 1.25 subdrivers

    David & Mike

    In the November Gazette #11 you asked what subs we would like the 1.25 subdriver kits for? I have in hand:
    Revell Class 214 in 1:144
    Revell XXI in 1:144
    Revell U212 A Class 1:144

    How about starting off with the 214 which has a single shaft, conventional dive planes and rudder! Not to mention there is a mile long thread on the subject!

    The XXI is out of production but there are other twin shaft boats still in production that could use the same set up!

    The option of static and dynamic subdrivers is also a plus. The way the 1.25 subdriver goes together makes it so easy to chop and changed and be used in numerous boat kits that are out there now, in the past and in ther future!

    Regards to you both,

    Myron

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    Points well taken, Myron. Time is all I need to address the smaller SC's. But, right now I'm busy finishing the FOXTROT fittings kit -- I've let that slip way, way too long.

    David,
    "... well, that takes care of Jorgenson's theory!"

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