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I have a question for the H-60 experts out there. I have noticed there are/were a few different transmission drain hose setups on H-60s. My question is, are they different due to aircraft type (MH-60L vs MH-60G), or over time (one hose is older, or three hoses are older, etc.), or is there some other reason for the variation? The first is on a USAF MH-60G with three drain hoses coming off the transmission drip pan. This pic shows all three going to the aft of the aircraft. I have also seen the two forward ones going forward to each outside C pillar as on this
Items are for sale or trade. Prices are very negotiable. Make me a reasonable offer and I'll probably take it. If you buy it, you pay postage. If we trade, we each pay our own postage. Will ship worldwide.I am motivated to move these items. Make me a reasonable offer and I will probably take it.Sale/Trade List. All are 1/35 unless otherwise noted.Academy:US Army UH-60A/L Package: $75 plus shipping - Academy UH-60A/L kit (box worn, some parts off sprues, but all there) with partial Army decals for Army specific markings and USAF MH-60G decals for common stencils (all stencils/decals complete) -
1/32 Revell/Monogram F-4E Phantom "Mig Killer", kit is complete but some little work is started: cockpit and seats halves are pained black and some seat details are glued together. $30 + shipping from 71292 1/32 Revell/Monogram Hawker Hunter FGA9, kit is complete but some large parts are off sprue. $25 + shipping 1/32 Revell Israeli Mirage 5J, old kit, appears complete, some large parts are off sprue. $40 + shipping 1/35 Academy UH-60L Black Hawk, open box sealed bags, box slightly creased. $38 + shipping Brand new Squadron Signal 52052 Pz.Kpfw.
I have a Minicraft 1/48 UH-60L kit (11621) that I wanted to do in Royal Thai Army markings. I read a review/preview on another forum that said the horizontal stab was the wrong size & shape. It apparently is the stab for a UH-60A, but I can't find any photographic proof of that. Does anybody have any detailed photos or drawings of the correct stab, so I can try to modify my kit parts or scratch build a new one? I know there's probably a lot more wrong with the kit, but I don't know if I want to attempt correcting it all. Larry