[WWI] Aero Club strutz material question

Stuart L. Malone wwi@wwi-models.org
Thu Dec 11 07:37:00 2003


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I have both, but haven't had the opportunity to try any of it.  Barry=20
at Rosemont recommended both of these to me for the Roden Gothas.  I=20
bought both from the same online/mail order store, just can't remember=20=

which one (Rosemont, Roll, or Sopwith).

			Stuart L. Malone

On Dec 11, 2003, at 1:52 AM, Matthew John GREER wrote:

> Hi All:
> =A0
> =A0=A0 I have been thinking about purchasing some of Aero club's =
Strutz=20
> material along with there Contrail Strut and Rod sets. I am wanting to=20=

> know if they are designed to be used in 1/72 scale, if not is there=20
> any thing that can be used in 1/72 scale to replace a kits stock=20
> struts?
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> Thanks
> =A0
> Matthew Greer.
>

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I have both, but haven't had the opportunity to try any of it.  Barry
at Rosemont recommended both of these to me for the Roden Gothas.  I
bought both from the same online/mail order store, just can't remember
which one (Rosemont, Roll, or Sopwith).


			Stuart L. Malone


On Dec 11, 2003, at 1:52 AM, Matthew John GREER wrote:


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