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Old 05-14-2012, 08:58 PM   #81
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Old 05-16-2012, 02:49 PM   #82
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I will have to take pictures of mine even more then I have. I only had one bearing and one thrust bearing in the tail grip, in which I added the second radial bearing as well. So In my grip is has the outer radio bearing, (closes to the hub that attaches to the rotor shaft) then on the inside the second radial bearing sits down in the grip then the thrust bearing sits on top of that. Is this right? or am I just sorta silly for not being able to read directions?
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Oh gosh its a blonde girl heart surgeon, quick hide under the operating table

...sorry...i ..tried to stop ..but accidently hit the return key anyway
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Old 05-17-2012, 05:27 AM   #84
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ahhh but you see that is usually the first place we look. Why? Because nurses just seem to place people in unusual spots places now.
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Haha ..patient hiding location was probably in Med101 ..I should've known!

I got the KDE tail slider and thought it was a good design, but when I tightened the screw holding the little t-shaped link to the tail side plate, the slider binds bigtime on the tail shaft. Screw loose..no binding. I didn't want that to happen by chance in flight, so I made the stock slider parts work along with the KDE bearing links to the blade holders.

I think one of the bearinged links in my KDE slider assembly is slightly out of alignment (error in machining) which twists the assembly a tad when all the fasteners are tightened. Anyway, its been flying great without the KDE slider for 6 months, so I'm happy. I have Edge 115s with a Quark and the tail control is perfect.
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Old 05-18-2012, 06:09 AM   #86
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I have the align version and also the kde link upgrade as well. It was pretty much as smooth as silk when I finished it. you may try sanding inside the t bracket, (it is black). That was thee only way I was able to get mine so smooth. Also you are correct, finding a patient was very crucial in class. We had lots of practice, when ever the hospital lost people we had to go find them.
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