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Post  Forgetful John on Tue Sep 12, 2017 7:45 pm

Greetings,

Those of us that fly 1/2A planes with 1/16" landing gear -- please note that our friendly Canadian Cox supplier  Small Cox Logo  has a few of the old Goldberg spring clips to attach the wheels with.  "Lil Jumping Bean comes to mind, I think?

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Post  roddie on Wed Sep 13, 2017 4:01 am

Forgetful John wrote:Greetings,

Those of us that fly 1/2A planes with 1/16" landing gear -- please note that our friendly Canadian Cox supplier  Small Cox Logo  has a few of the old Goldberg spring clips to attach the wheels with.  "Lil Jumping Bean comes to mind, I think?

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Yes John! I bought a few packages of those from Canada.. (Bernie) recently. Most of the 1/2A Carl Goldberg kits included them. The "Swordsman 18" and "Stuntman 23" also did. I used to get them from Sig Manufacturing in Montezuma, IA.. but they were discontinued a few years ago. They're the lightest-weight "easily-removable" 1/2A wheel-retainer that you'll find anywhere!
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