Dear 2.4mR friends,
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Your class secretary Detlef, GER 99
Which bending curve does the ideal mast have?
How flexible should the top be?
Where do critical forces work?
What forces work when towing?
Does someone use plug-in oil to direct the power directly into the fuselage when towing?
I look forward to your suggestions
Next Easter riddle:
When a 4m pipe weighs 2kg.
How much does an entire mast weigh?
Where must the lead be positioned so that the mast complies with the regulations.
Who can weld aluminum?
Where is the mistake?
Thank you for the many suggestions.
Here are the 5 most mentioned:
- Divisible mast so that it fits on the car roof.
- lower mast weight
- smaller mast diameter
- less pitting
- same bending curves when buying new.
Hello lead transporter
Measure your mast and send your measurement report.
I'll build a mast for myself. Should I then paint it silver or blue?
Or silver and blue? I once had a blue palm on G-585 that was Frank Schönfeldt's boat before.
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