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Mark1268

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  1. Sorry about “opening this can of worms”. I’ve never built just OOB. So I had questions, I didn’t know there was such controversy over it. I also agree that in today’s day and time, with the kids that are out there, that ad for the witch and brass items. These kids have a unfair advantage over say a monogram 48 scale mustang from 1970’s. But again, sorry for stirring up the hornets nest.
  2. I have and they are as clear as mud. Can I stretch sprue and make rigging, antennas, brake lines, hydro lines??? Why am I allowed to use tape to make seatbelts??? Sorry the rules are not that clear.
  3. OK gentlemen. First let me specify yes, I am talking about aircraft in this particular instance. Noel Smith-I agree OOB means OOB. As long as I use the materials inside the kit, that should be OK regardless of what I do with them. EFGrune-questions for you. White tape? Tape doesn’t come in the kit? I can make seat belts from the kit instructions. Why wire? Wire and tape do not come in the kit. Why can I not use the instructions to make seatbelts, and stretched sprue to make in antenna wires. Which brings me to, why am I not allowed to make brake lines and or piping inside wheel wells
  4. Ok, so I have a newbie to OOB questions. 1. If the instructions do not show seatbelts. Can I still make seatbelts from the instruction sheet?? 2. If the instruction sheet shows rigging. What can I make the rigging out of?? (Stretched sprue??) And this also goes for Antennas? 2a. So if I can stretch sprue. Can I stretch sprue to make hydro, brake and other lines. Basically, as long as I use what is in the kit, I can make whatever I need to detail my kit. As long as it comes from the kit. Thanks for the response and clarification. Mark
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