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Post  Kim on Sat Jun 27, 2015 9:46 am

Had these guys sitting on a shelf for a while.  MY PT's, for better or worse, lead a very utilitarian life, so these guys lost their seats to key fob cameras.

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I'll send them for postage, which I figure ain't much...and you'll be glad to hear that I WILL ship overseas!

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Post  1/2A Nut on Sat Jun 27, 2015 9:57 am

Hi Kim

I have two PT 19's one is missing it's rear pilot when I bought the plane so this will be a plus!
Will PM you my address and thank you!  Small Cox Logo

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Post  Kim on Sat Jun 27, 2015 10:10 am

1/2A Nut wrote:Hi Kim

I have two PT 19's one is missing it's rear pilot when I bought the plane so this will be a plus!
Will PM you my address and thank you!  Small Cox Logo

Brad

You got it !
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Post  roddie on Sat Jun 27, 2015 12:48 pm

Those are NICE! What model did they come from? They're not Cox parts are they? Although.. I believe I remember a flight-vid you posted of your Cox PT-19 with a camera installed. My pilots are separate.. there's no instruments.. and the windscreens are just frames molded-in without glass. My cockpits don't have near that amount of detail.

This was my first Cox PT-19's fuse.. (circa 1992) and after flying the crap out of it..

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I ordered a replacement fuse and fuel tank direct from Cox about 3 years later. It didn't come furnished with pilots either.. I was surprised it came with a bell-crank..

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Fuel tank issues have grounded this model.. but I've had a pickle-jar full of small wedge-tanks soaking in lacquer thinner for over two months! I'll give one of the short 8-10cc tanks a try. I can always drill a hole in the top of the fuse for an extended filler pipe. Maybe solder tabs to accept #2 screws through the inboard side of the fuse's nose.

This is a Perfect-brand #2 (3/8 oz. cap.) tank that should work fine.

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I'm sure other people have had troubles with the molded plastic "bowl-type" tank like mine had. Either it comes loose and glue won't hold.. or the nipple breaks off the bottom or won't hold the fuel line in place. This is an easy solution.
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Post  Kim on Sat Jun 27, 2015 1:02 pm

Hey Roddie,

Yeah they're from a Cox PT-19, though I'm not sure of it's vintage.  Myolder QZ PT has individual pilots, this (I think) came from one of the later airframes.
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Post  1/2A Nut on Mon Jul 06, 2015 7:01 pm

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Thank you Kim sent you 12 bux towards you next quart of 1/2A fuel Thumbs Up


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Post  Mark Boesen on Mon Jul 06, 2015 10:40 pm

This is version (c.1974) ran thru the late seventies, possibly 1980.

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Post  1/2A Nut on Tue Jul 07, 2015 2:14 am

That is the version I first flew brand new from the box as a kid. My friend held it while I ran out to the handle I learned to fly control line with it. Great fun in my late 20's I scratch build a 1/2A TD profile CL plane that ended up being my best flying power to weight.
A year back or so I flew my first TD .020  the lines where a bit long but she flew great considering the wing loading was light. The design was similar to the TD .049 version mentioned. Would be nice to have a micro PT-19 with a TD .020 fro the back yard.

Here is a pic:

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