Right: John Krouse has
hidden the rudder pushrod
for his model inside the
carbon-fiber tube tailboom.
Below: John’s rudder/
throttle model is hiding
Although it’s not a unique idea, it
is something that is easy to overlook
when we set up a “simple” model.
Making a little extra effort to conceal
the pushrod makes a much cleaner-looking model. It also greatly helps
reduce the occurrence of hangar rash.
It is easy to hook an external pushrod
on something when moving a model.
Nice work as always, John.
That’s it for this installment. Please let
me know what you are up to in the
world of small-field flying.
Manzano Laser Works
RC Micro World
Bob Selman Designs
10201 Scarletoak Dr.
Independence KY 41051
99 Model Aviation APRIL 2014