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Post  roddie Sun Jun 08, 2014 9:33 am

Rusty was looking for a way to temporarily store his Skyray 35 wing.. and rather than clutter up his build thread, I thought I'd post my model storage method here. There are obviously a number of ways to store your models; whether finished or WIP's. I keep lots of bungees on hand.. and hang mine from my basement ceiling. The small bungees work well on open framework and also to hook around landing gear (model upside down) The photos speak for themselves... and the models are quite safe from damage. Exposed copper water pipes (supply or drain) work well.. but I have also strung wire or heavy cord through screw-eyes spaced along joists for hanging multiple models.

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Post  balogh Sun Jun 08, 2014 10:18 am

Good idea....unfortunately all I miss is the storage room and a ceiling...until then I must store mines on the top of my clothes cabinet. I do the same thing with our bicycles in the garage which, unfortunately does not qualify for a plane hangar (unheated and seldom cleaned)
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