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Post by Don Altschwage » Sat, 03 Feb 2001 12:55:52



Wow, my original message  spawned quite the thread!

Anyway, yes or no, have D12-7's been resurrected or did Hobby Linc get
access to the Indiana Jones Warehouse of old rocket motors?

Don A

 
 
 

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Post by go4s.. » Sun, 04 Feb 2001 02:30:04




Quote:
> Wow, my original message  spawned quite the thread!

> Anyway, yes or no, have D12-7's been resurrected or did Hobby Linc get
> access to the Indiana Jones Warehouse of old rocket motors?

> Don A

Don,
   I have sent e-mail to HobbyLinc. I am curious as to why they seem to
be the only vendor stocking these motors. They have a reputation here
as a reputable company, though.
   I'll post with a response as soon as I get one.

--Steve

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Post by go4s.. » Sun, 04 Feb 2001 02:48:22



Quote:



> > Wow, my original message  spawned quite the thread!

> > Anyway, yes or no, have D12-7's been resurrected or did Hobby Linc
get
> > access to the Indiana Jones Warehouse of old rocket motors?

> > Don A

> Don,
>    I have sent e-mail to HobbyLinc. I am curious as to why they seem
to
> be the only vendor stocking these motors. They have a reputation here
> as a reputable company, though.
>    I'll post with a response as soon as I get one.

> --Steve

> Sent via Deja.com
> http://www.deja.com/

I just got a very quick reply from HobbyLinc. The motors are
backordered from Estes, but they are going back into production. They
were the first to offer these motors simply because they updated their
website quickly.

The price listed on their website was really good. I'll be placing an
order once they are in stock.

--Steve

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Post by Bob Kapl » Sun, 04 Feb 2001 03:13:01


Quote:

> Wow, my original message  spawned quite the thread!

> Anyway, yes or no, have D12-7's been resurrected or did Hobby Linc get
> access to the Indiana Jones Warehouse of old rocket motors?

Has any one ordered some of these? What's the data code on the motor?
What are we up to now for 2001? F?

        Bob Kaplow      NAR # 18L       TRA # "Ctrl-Alt-Del"

Kaplow Klips & Baffle:      http://www.nira.chicago.il.us/Leading_Edge/MayJun00.pdf
NIRA:   http://www.nira.chicago.il.us  NAR:    http://www.nar.org






 
 
 

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Post by Fred Shecte » Sun, 04 Feb 2001 06:02:35


I thought they switched to the "international" date coding and dropped the
letters? I'll have to go look at home....

-Fred Shecter NAR 20117


Quote:

writes:
> > Wow, my original message  spawned quite the thread!

> > Anyway, yes or no, have D12-7's been resurrected or did Hobby Linc get
> > access to the Indiana Jones Warehouse of old rocket motors?

> Has any one ordered some of these? What's the data code on the motor?
> What are we up to now for 2001? F?

> Bob Kaplow NAR # 18L TRA # "Ctrl-Alt-Del"

> Kaplow Klips & Baffle:

http://www.nira.chicago.il.us/Leading_Edge/MayJun00.pdf
Quote:
> NIRA: http://www.nira.chicago.il.us NAR: http://www.nar.org








 
 
 

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Post by Jim McKi » Wed, 07 Feb 2001 10:21:52


I ordered some from Hobbylinc, but they are out of stock and on
backorder.  We'll see if they ever get any...
-Jim
Quote:

> Wow, my original message  spawned quite the thread!

> Anyway, yes or no, have D12-7's been resurrected or did Hobby Linc get
> access to the Indiana Jones Warehouse of old rocket motors?

> Don A