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Old 07-15-2017, 04:11 PM
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Anyone know of a source for the Estes Body tube BT-3H, cat # 30300 ?
Thank you for any information.
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Anyone know of a source for the Estes Body tube BT-3H, cat # 30300 ?
Thank you for any information.

http://www.erockets.biz/semroc-body-tube-bt-3-3-0-long/



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Old 07-15-2017, 04:31 PM
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Thank you,
I had looked earlier there but only looked at the "totally tubular" products.

I miss the days of ordering parts directly from Estes
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I once owned an Estes parts catalog. Amazing thing. I have no idea where it is or I would put it on a website.
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I once owned an Estes parts catalog. Amazing thing. I have no idea where it is or I would put it on a website.

The 1974 parts catalog? It might be already.

I'm pretty sure I still have mine . . .
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The 1974 parts catalog? It might be already.

I'm pretty sure I still have mine . . .

It is:

http://www.oldrocketplans.com/pubs/...rts_Catalog.pdf
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I remember that catalog very well when I was much younger. The grand projects I use to dream up with parts out of that catalog.
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