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Re: Tackling a complex kit.

June 27 2012 at 12:19 PM
Dave Manter  (Login davemanter)
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Response to Tackling a complex kit.

I just finished construction on this kit. Leave it in sub assemblies! It will make painting much easier for you. I normally do build the entire kit first, but not on this one.
Dave

 
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  1. Black wire ducting - Owen R Auer on Jun 29, 12:09 AM
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  3. Black wire ducting - Owen R Auer on Jun 29, 12:11 AM
    1. Now, that's a good queston Owen!! - Shane Gowan on Jun 29, 6:25 AM
      1. Might just be better to replace it - david nickels on Jun 29, 7:53 AM
        1. Or try what Malc did - Shane Gowan on Jun 29, 5:20 PM
     


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