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Model: Top Flite TOPQ5700
Dist. #: TOPQ5700   SKU: TOPQ5700

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List Price:  $29.99
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Updated on Dec 16, 2017 02:55:03 PM

Power Point Prop Balancer...
The Top Flite balancer is an ingenious method to stabilize your aircraft or boat
propellers, spinner backplates, car wheels and tires, as well as many other
items in the pastime industry.

FEATURES:
Precision ground stabilizing shaft, held in between 2 powerful
    "Ceramic 8" magnets enables shaft to "drift" for maximum level of sensitivity
Inexpensive and simple to use...vital for every modeler.
Reduces prop vibration-reducing engine wear and prevents
    structural damage
Can be used anywhere-on the workbench or at the field
Constructed of lasting, high impact plastic and Nickel steel
Includes guidelines discussing ways to remedy out-of-balance props,
    as well as ways to use the balancer to determine wind speed.
Can also be used to stabilize boat props, car wheels and tires,
    ducted fans, spinners, nose weights and more!
Balances as much as 24" propellers and any size wheels and tires.

INCLUDES:
2 Ceramic Magnets (GP# METAL058)
2 Molded Plastic Side Plates (GP# NYLON92)
2 Metal Rods for Base Assistance (GP# WIRES81)
One Balancing Shaft (TOPQ5701) or (GP# WIRES80)
2 Plastic Propeller Locking Cones (TOPQ5702)
2 Lexan Magnet Covers (GP# PSDC001)
2 Thumb Screws (GP# SCRW102) .

NEEDS:
CA to glue Lexan magnet covers to magnets.

SPECS:
Carry size: 2-1/8" x 7-1/8" x 1-5/16"
Assembled size: 2-1/8" x 7-1/8" x 7-3/8"

REMARKS:
Balancer is EXTREMELY sensitive, EXTREMELY precise.

The listed below item also sets truly well with the item being reviewed.

Socket Cap Screws 2.5mmx8 (4)

Dubro Socket Head Cap Screws are perfect for locations where a screwdriver will not
reach. They can be tighteded with an allen wrench or ball motorist. The screws
been available in a variety of sizes and lengths. This utilizes a 2.5mm balldriver
(BONR1110).

This item is often purchased with the above stated item.

Heat Shrink Tubing Set 1/8" (8)

This is a set of 1/8" diameter Heat Shrink Tubing from Dubro.

FEATURES:
Developed to diminish as much as 1/2 of its original size
Perfect for insulating electrical splices, covering electrical plugs
and adapters

CONSISTS OF:
4 pieces of red heat diminish tubing
4 pieces of black heat diminish tubing

NEEDS:
Diminish tubing on all sides with heat weapon, butane lighter or soldering
iron

SPECIFICATIONS:
Diameter: 1/8" (3mm)
Length: 1-1/2" (38mm)

REMARKS:
Use a tubing size that is no more than two times the diameter of the
item being covered.

Lots of others have purchased this item in addition to the item that you are currently reading about.

8x8 Thin Electric Propeller

This is a 8x8E Thin Composite propeller from Advanced Precision Composites.
For use on Electric powered aircraft just (not for radiance engines).

FUNCTIONS:
Gray composite propeller blades that put together onto a propeller hub.
Comes with 5 adjuster rings that adapt to different motor shafts.
Comes in a bag attached to a header card.

INCLUDES:
One composite propeller
5 composite adapter rings

NEEDS:
ALL props need balancing, this is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT, use TOPQ5700.
May requirement prop reamer, use GPMQ5005 (SAE) or GPMQ5007 (Metric)

SPECIFICATIONS:
Diameter: 8" (203mm)
Pitch: 8
Center inner diameter: 0.25" (6.3mm)

Frequently Bought Together

Top Flite Power Point Prop Balancer
+
Dubro Socket Cap Screws 2.5mmx8 (4)
+
RJX Abs 8045 Blades Quadcopter CW&CCW (Green )
This Item: Top Flite Power Point Prop Balancer
$19.99
Dubro Socket Cap Screws 2.5mmx8 (4)
$1.89
RJX Abs 8045 Blades Quadcopter CW&CCW (Green )
$2.69

Total Price: $24.57

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