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Old 07-01-2019, 02:02 PM
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Much appreciate the clear scan of the Quazar, Bill...and yet another one lands on the "build pile"
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The plan is VERY complete and includes, I think, everything one would need to build the model except one crucial detail.

How long is a P/N 3075 piece of BT-60? It looks like it could be a full length (18 inch) part, but it could be a little shorter as well.....
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The plan is VERY complete and includes, I think, everything one would need to build the model except one crucial detail.

How long is a P/N 3075 piece of BT-60? It looks like it could be a full length (18 inch) part, but it could be a little shorter as well.....


In the 1978 Estes catalog, that part number denotes an 18" length of BT-60, so one could assume (probably) that the length would be the full length of that part number, in the absence of a specific length call out.

Ninfinger Estes catalog link: http://www.ninfinger.org/rockets/no...a/78est062.html


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Thanks, Earl. I should've thought to look there, seeing as the plan says it was a DOM from May 1978.
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