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Here is my album: Gato sub

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  • Here is my album: Gato sub

    Here is the link to my album. I would really like to see more photos of the Gato sub. Anyone have pics of the bowplane retract? Anyway thanks for looking!

    SubCapt's album

  • #2
    Good work. I've not started my forward dive plans either. My Gato done except for that. I'll be interested to see if anyone posted there dive plans. Keep the album postings coming.



    • #3
      got you both coverd

      let me know what pics you each need i will take them and post on my page or here let me know
      horse power by the hour


      • #4
        I think I have it in my mind what needs to be done but a good picture of the rear connections would be appreciated. Especially the link to the tube. It appears there is a ball connect on the attachment to the tube that the magnets are moving, is that so?? The arm swings, the magnets push/pull the ball which is attached to the tube.



        • #5

          Shamrock has placed lots of pictures of bow plane plumming. Go to silly questions from newbies. Look at bow plan mechanics.

          Forward dive plan mechanics