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Sorting & Unpacking

Postby Admin » Wed Feb 11, 2015 12:52 pm

Originally created by Vic Leggott

When the kit arrives, probably two large crates and the engine box if you ordered it at the outset), you can exercise your electric screwdriver by removing the many screws holding the crates together. Kits are now delivery with a HiAb truck. It's a good idea to unpack and check the condition of EVERYTHING for transit damage etc, and then to loosely re-pack items not needed for a while, back in their bubble - wrap for protection. I . At this stage, I recommend spending as much time as is needed to check all items off against the packing sheets. If, as is possible, there are some parts missing, now's the time to get them ordered so that you're not held-up in the build.

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