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    jamesrwjim New Member

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    Hi everyone just wanted to know if anyone had tried EZ Line for rigging bi planes , antennas ect,? I have read a few articles on this product and have seen nothing negative. Your thoughts are very appreciated thank you in advance. Jim
     
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    It is a good choice for the 1/48 or 1/32 scale. It is offered as 003 nad 006 of inch in diameter. The only thing you have to remember about is to use the strand of a correct diameter.
     
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    Where can you purchase these ? :D
     
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    Any fishing tackle shop, as it's basically the same stuff as the various gauges of fishing line. Or a sewing outlet, for 'invisible' thread, availabel in a couple of gauges, and around four different tints, including clear, plus, like the fisihing lines, a stretch version. The sewing outlet wil be even less expensive too, at around £1 (approx $1.30) for a 300m reel.
     
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