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Old 11-09-2017, 09:35 PM
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Although GWS no longer sells the Slow Stick models (or anything for that matter) and Caliber Hobby (another name for GWS) is hit or miss (mostly miss).......there are two other places that "after market" fuselage hardware, motor mounts, landing gear, wings, rudder, elevator, linkage, ect., can be purchased.........:

http://www.stevensaero.com/

http://www.radicalrc.com/shop/

The prices and shipping here in the U.S. are very reasonable.......a complete package of plastic fuselage hardware to include battery carriage is under $10.00, with motor mounts add another $5.00.

Both places have numerous up-grades in the same price ranges and in stock and available (as of a couple of weeks ago), when I built one for a buddies kid.

For under $25.00 tax and shipping w/o power supply, esc and servos, not to bad.

The whole darn thing (I had wings, sticks, rudder, linkage and elevators laying around from older kits I purchased a few years ago) using a new Spektrum RX, 2s 7.4v, and Heads Up brushless, cost me under $65.00.
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