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Complete Dfc Head Rebuild Tutorial

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  1. Tony

    600/700 Feathering Shaft Wrench - http://amzn.to/2CTtvfc
    450/500 Feathering Shaft Wrench - http://amzn.to/2CU5GUt

    It is time to get Murphy back up in the air. But before I would feel safe flying this helicopter, we need to go completely through him and clean and lube every part of this helicopter. If it needs cleaned, we are going to clean it, if it needs to be adjusted, we are going to adjust it!

    This series is all in thanks to Syndicate who suggested we do a complete Maintenance Series, and that is exactly what we are going to do. In this video, we are going to go Completely through the DFC head on this Align 600 Nitro DFC Helicopter. From head to tail and everywhere in between, we are going to touch it, adjust it, clean it, thread lock it and tune it! Including verifying everything in the DX9 is setup correctly and that the Telemetry out of our TM1000 is working correctly!

    I don't know about you, but this has been a long time coming and it's time to see Murphy back in the air once again! This helicopter means a lot to me and I can't stand just seeing him hanging on the wall because it gives me massive headaches. It's time to power through the pain and put Murphy back in the air where he belongs!!!

    Below are all of the links to the different sections of the video. If you need help with one particular section, just click on the link to fast forward to that section.

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  1. murankar
    It's called the hine ball or hind ball not sure which one.

    4 years old the wrench is, at least maybe 5 by now.
    1. Tony
      To keep me from having to watch my own video again, tell me, what is called the hine/hind ball?