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Posted by: PeterM
« on: 27 April 2020, 09:53:06 »

Thanks Colin.
Posted by: colin
« on: 24 April 2020, 09:45:26 »

If you take a look at this thread…
http://www.deansmarine.co.uk/index.php?topic=1101.0
or this thread
http://www.deansmarine.co.uk/index.php?topic=144.0

the first few photos Show how i Secure my Proptubes..

your available glues and fillers are all suitable..!
Posted by: PeterM
« on: 23 April 2020, 14:48:08 »

Great. Thanks for the advice.
Posted by: Tjorven
« on: 22 April 2020, 16:22:52 »

5 minute or 30 minute epoxy will do the job, but don't losen the temporary bits and pieces to hold them in place for at least a day. that 5 min epoxy isn't all settled and hardened after 5 minutes is what i found out the hard way.
Posted by: PeterM
« on: 22 April 2020, 13:59:58 »

Hello,

I am starting to build a Deans Green Parrot. I am new to model boats so please can I ask for advice about the best way of securing the prop shaft?

I have 5 minute and 30 minute epoxy, car body filler (Isopon 38) and Milliput putty / filler. Are any of these suitable please, and if not what is recommended?

Thanks
Peter