Egad, Scotty, beam me up!
OK...first, you DID get a quote, so I appologize.
Second, although I value my time highly, if I can buy
the tube for 8 bucks, and cut/drill in 15 minutes, it'd
be worth messing with. 34 bucks is somewhat higher than
reasonable. Even if I DO understand the industrial costing
involved, I'd think twice.
I'll visit the garage now, and see what's what. Msg
privately, if I have it, Scotty.
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Subject: RE: Cushcraft A3 center insulator
>I had a new one kicking around in my garage, and finally
>threw it out, I think. But if I still have it, it's in the same
>storage tub as my rotor and coaxes. I'll check. You can have
>it for postage. Wl msg you privately, in 24 hours, if so.
>But...why not just order what you need from Cushcraft? Crash parts
>for these things aren't all that expensive, and then you know you have
>the right stuff. Reinventing the wheel usually isn't a productive
Just got my Inquirey back from Cushcraft, this is why.
The fiberglass insulator fo the Driven El. on A3S is 122096, and is $34.70
Its a 10 in. piece of fibreglass for heavens sake.
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