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Reference Material Charts - Tubing Sizes, Braided Line, A/N Fittings & Nuts & Bolts

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Larry you are welcome. This is all on an excell spreadsheet and I am more thank happy to email a copy to who ever wants it. Just shoot me a PM with your email addy.

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Ok Chris is the man to thank, I just posted this up in the JukeBox '55 thread ,but could not remember for the life of me which member I got it from. I also agree this needs to be sticky.....this is really nice info that many builders would benefit from.

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Mods.... Thank you for Pinning this for others to be able to see and hopefully benefit from it.

As stated before if anyone would like the Excel file I will be more than happy to send to anyone. I may also add more to it as time goes on if there is anything else I can think of....lol

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Perfect for newbies like me, but gets me into more trouble. I was just gonna do minor detail with 2 color AN straight and 90deg fittings and the braided line for fuel and maybe some 'chute or NOS; fire bottles or oil filtering. Now I'm thinking individual lines for blown fuel injectors, 'chute lever line, etc. Will it never end? :huh:

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You are welcome. Remember if anyone wants the Excel spreadsheet just PM me your email addy and I will be hapoy to send it over.

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Some might be able to use this. It is a collection of the trim films I've collected so far to help with my builds.

I've found websites do not give accurate size pictures to follow. I put them to scale against a US Postage stamp.
So far only Microscale and Modeller's. If you have Scale Details or others, send me a scan and I'll add it.

http://www.pinterest.com/gluefinger/trim-film/

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Again Thank you Chris.This helps so much for yourvefforts to help....Chris

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Chris, I really appreciate that you took the time to gather all these references. Thank you very much.

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You Guys are welcome. Remember if you want the excel file just send me a pm with your email addy.

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i know, crazy bump, but i sent a PM asking for the info on this as the pictures are no longer working.

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Mods.... Is it possible to have this thread Pinned to the top of this section? Thank You

 

Chris...this is a GREAT reference, but it looks like all the pix have disappeared. :(

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Bill... I moved a folder in my photobucket recently and I think it had  these images in it. I will fix it when I get home from work. 

Everyone... I apologize. ... I will get it fixed with the updated links when I get home.

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Ok Fellas... I wanted you to know that I have updated the links to the broken pics. I didn't realize when I moved a folder around a few weeks ago that it broke these links. Should be back up and running now.

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Ok Fellas... I wanted you to know that I have updated the links to the broken pics. I didn't realize when I moved a folder around a few weeks ago that it broke these links. Should be back up and running now.

Thanks for getting that info back up so fast, Chris. I'll copy it to my own drive this time. It's nice to be able to quickly look some dimension up without having to do the arithmetic every single time. Thanks again. :D

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What about rod ends? I know how to tell what size the rod end would scale too, but I dont know what size should be used for wheelie bars, or a 4-link. Any information on that?

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Excuse me if I didn't see it but where can a 66 year old novice buy 1/25th scale hex nuts and bolts??

Thanks

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