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Old 04-15-2014, 05:36 AM
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Well, just looked up Totally Tubular to see just who it was that carried that line now and see (and recall) it was ehobbies. And.....they DO carry the ST-8 and ST-10 tubes! Was not aware they had those sizes. So, at least THOSE Centuri tubes (as well as the ST-7 and ST-20, I think were also listed) would still have a source.

I've got a decent stash of vintage Centuri tubes in just about all sizes to use as replacements in vintage kits that may have damaged tubes. I also bought a pretty decent stock, like a lot of folks, of tubes from Semroc here in the past month or so.

But...it is good to know that some of the Centuri tube sizes will still be around from at least one vendor.

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Those and the MPC balsa nose cones, especially the 15 mm Miniroc kit ones (I can get 15 mm tubing from Quest easily enough) would make me a happy grazer.
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Old 04-17-2014, 08:10 AM
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Well, just looked up Totally Tubular to see just who it was that carried that line now and see (and recall) it was ehobbies. And.....they DO carry the ST-8 and ST-10 tubes! Was not aware they had those sizes. So, at least THOSE Centuri tubes (as well as the ST-7 and ST-20, I think were also listed) would still have a source.

BMS stocks ST-8, ST-10, and ST-20 tubes, and even a few ST-8 and ST-10 nose cones. ST-13 is basically just BT-56.
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