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2018-07-07, 21:07 by Gary M Jones

I was at the field today between 14:00 & 15:00 all on my own , good flying too. There is a dead sheep along the fence line towards the gate from the pits, I saw the farmer so reported this to her. I hope no one had plans for a BBQ Smile .

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Post by Peter S on 2011-02-19, 19:08

Any one know where I can get some small screws please
size:- six mm length and about 2mm wide on thread with round heads
( or the nearest to this size )
thanks Peter S
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Post by Mark Barnes on 2011-02-19, 19:14


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Post by Tim on 2011-02-19, 19:51

If you mean "button head" type screws - I have some of various sizes, in stainless steel ( allen key type head ) - how many d'ya need Pete?

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Post by Rich on 2011-02-19, 20:14

what they for Pete, a little motor

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Post by Allan Patrick on 2011-02-19, 20:42

I have M2 and M2.5 in that length with a head suitable for a flat blade screwdriver. I you only want a few I can post them. What about nuts and washers?

I notice you say 'about 2mm wide' If they are for an American or American market widget you are quite likely want an imperial size. Though motor mounts are generally metric. As Rich asked, what are they for?
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Post by Peter S on 2011-02-20, 13:09

Thanks for the replies
The screws are to hold down 1/64th ply covering so that the heads look like small rivets
The curved ply is on a balsa frame and forms part of the fuz top cover from the engine
to the cockpit.

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Post by Peter S on 2011-02-20, 14:00

Model fixings apppear to have something like but the type I think would be most suitable are out of stock at the moment, thanks any way.
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