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Old 06-14-2014, 04:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default does anyone know what tools I need in general for a 130x

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just wanting to set a tool kit up but not sure what size drivers etc I need for my 130x. is it pozi drivers or phillips or even JIS or hex drivers. dont know where to start.

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Old 06-14-2014, 05:33 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Great link. no point in reinventing the wheel. Thanks a lot.
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Great link. no point in reinventing the wheel. Thanks a lot.
no problem. You really don't need much for this lil heli. I went over 6 months with just the supplied screwdriver and allen keys.

You do not need them, but some drivers I've recently acquired I have found to be excellent for these small screws The Locktite 380 blackmax is my new best friend when an adhesive is in need .

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http://store.snapon.com/Sledge-Fiber...--P641331.aspx

This is a essential 130x tool everyone should own!
















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Old 06-15-2014, 12:07 PM   #6 (permalink)
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LOL!!!

Are you sure the 10 lbs. model is enough?????
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yeah I was going to say CA glue (I just glued my tail boom CF rod that was cracked), but I like sledge hammer better
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In Texas, I'd say a .22 cal handgun would be enough (sorry was thing of the Pretty girl shoots a RC car then Blade SR thread).

Here in Aus firearms are all but illegal (except if you want to forgo all civil liberties), so unless you are good with a boomerang, you need to make do with screwdrivers, hex drivers, etc..
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Credit card for when the sledge fails.
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Credit card for when the sledge fails.
Credit Card for when the sledge succeeds!
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