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expanding foam

April 7 2012 at 12:49 PM

john c fields  (Login JCFields)
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Response to Trumpeter Seawolf - Defect Corrected?

I built the kit when it first came out and found the length problem to be a pretty easy fix.
The hull is wobbly, so I used expanding foam to fill both half's that made it very solid and still pretty light.


John

 
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