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Old 09-13-2020, 03:43 PM
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Hello, I am checking to see if anyone has the instructions scanned for the Centuri Astrobee 350. Thank you.
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I got ‘em. What all do you need? Fins too?


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I got ‘em. What all do you need? Fins too?

Earl, send all you have so we can add it to the plans section here.
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Here is pretty much the full smash. The second post will contain the fin positioning guide, parts list, and the face card.


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Here's the rest. Note on the parts list that the basswood strips should be 3/64ths thick.

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Awesome! Thanks, Earl!
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Thank you very much, that was fast. Also there was an earlier edition kit that I cannot find the instructions for.
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You bet!

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Thank you very much, that was fast. Also there was an earlier edition kit that I cannot find the instructions for.



Just built this one a couple months ago. Waiting for the humidity here in the south to subside some so I can apply finish coats of paint (currently in white primer).

Yeah, I'd like to have the earlier instructions too, but I have not been lucky enough to snag that version. I don't know if there are substantial differences though, beyond a balsa nosecone instead of plastic. But, I'm thinking the fins, basswood strips, tube length etc., are probably very similar if not the same.

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