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Member postings for DickyD

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Thread: Can someone help me out again please?
15/10/2011 07:39:09
Hi Mike
Cant find the paperwork at the moment, mind you the instructions were rubbish and the drawings weren't much better.
I can however give you a link to my build on Mayhem.
You will need to register and log in to see the photos.
 
 
Hope this helps
 
Richard
Thread: hms hood graupner
04/05/2011 21:42:14
Thanks for that Colin, traumatic just about covers it.
 
Keeping my fingers crossed.
 
Richard
04/05/2011 12:45:05
Hi David Fish
 
Try Cornwall Model Boats they do an excellent range of props
 
http://www.cornwallmodelboats.co.uk/acatalog/raboesch-brass-propellers.html
 
http://www.cornwallmodelboats.co.uk/acatalog/brass_propellers.html
 
Service and prices are excellent, I use them all the time.
 
Hi Dave M I'm out again.
 
Richard
Thread: Inexpensive 2.4Ghz systems
25/11/2010 08:49:29
Hi Robin
I dont know about the fail safe as I tend to use the speed controllers with a fail safe built in, ie no signal, no throttle.
The Planet 5 LED screen is for the voltage of the Tx batteries.
 You can use rechargeable batteries.
Why would you want to programme for multiple models when all you need is a receiver in each one bound to the Tx ?
24/11/2010 12:33:23
Robin
The Planet 5 R/C does a conversion kit for a couple of quid to convert the ratchet stick to a sprung loaded stick. The servo reverse switches are easier to operate too.
I have the Planet 5 and the Giant Cod and the Planet 5 is more user friendly.

Thread: Revell Titanic
20/12/2009 12:12:03
Can give him a shout if you like.
20/12/2009 11:48:19
You use wire cutters for ballast, bit expensive isn't it ?
Thread: Quitting smoking
29/11/2009 09:41:37
Thankyou Colin.
29/11/2009 09:28:31
Hi Andy if you need some encouragement with giving up smoking this might help.
 
 
 
Richard
 
Edit: It should happen automatically if you press Return after pasting it in.
 
Colin

Edited By Colin Bishop on 29/11/2009 09:35:17

Edited By DickyD on 29/11/2009 09:40:16

Thread: Batteries
28/11/2009 21:19:12
Sorry,it may be me but does anyone know what Mike is on about.
 
I and most of the people people I know on another large boat forum I am on get their batteries and chargers from the   component-shop.co.uk   who normally do next day delivery if ordered a.m. and are very competitive on price.
Thread: full speed boat turn in righthand circle
28/11/2009 21:04:10
I think it is a bit dangerous to tell Leslie to start changing motors etc. when we dont know what sort of setup he has in the boat and we dont even know what boat he has.
27/11/2009 10:21:09
Who am I, what day is it , bum !!
27/11/2009 09:55:08
Are the dates on this topic right, it would appear the question was posted after the answers ?
Thread: Sir Lancelot
27/11/2009 09:42:38
As Barry said, thats much to neat and tidy.
 
A really excellent  job so far.
 
Glad to see the ACTion electrics, you wont find better.
 
Richard
Thread: Some of my fleet
04/09/2009 13:11:32
http://www.srcmbc.org.uk/photo_galleries/gin_richarddensham.php

Edited By DickyD on 04/09/2009 13:14:43

Thread: Summer 2009 Photographic Competition
10/06/2009 10:34:23
My PT15
 

10/06/2009 10:31:42
My Milford Star
 
10/06/2009 10:13:29
My scratch built coastal tramp steamer
 

 


Edited By DickyD on 10/06/2009 10:25:46

Thread: Name that ship
07/04/2009 10:03:28
Its the Olympic Paul
Thread: Rails
07/11/2008 18:05:00
No Email address I'm afraid, just the phone number.
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