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  1. Fulcrum Down Under

    Looks great..
  2. Quad leading edge mesh

    Nice bit of lateral thinking. Looks cool Mike
  3. Spike

    Good fun and your right kids love them. Mike
  4. Caterpiller

    Got a bit of an evil look.. Mike
  5. Fighter kites

    INIce kIte
  6. Windsock

    Really nice Bring it to the next FOTW Mike
  7. Line Laundry

    Nice Where did the plan come from Mike
  8. Single line kites

    1,2 or 4 line all good. Mike
  9. Prism E3 - Lower Spreader ARGHHHHH

    Does the LS push onto a ferrule or slot into a fitting? If it pushes on to a ferrule check the ferrule for a hard corner at it's end. Sand it to a round. You can wrap the end of the LS in cotton, plenty of wraps, and soak it in super glue. Give the LS a light sand first at that spot. If it pushes into a fitting stuff the LS tube with another smaller piece of rod. Again make sure that internal piece has no sharp corners on its ends. Glue it in. Mike
  10. Freilein Quadline Kites

    Not to be subverting the topic but.... 0.33 oz poly. More info please! Mike
  11. Glider

    The fabric is very light. Much lighter than Icarex. It does stretch a bit but since I am using it for gliders that is not an issue for me. It is a bugger to sew, easily ripped, and you only get one go with DS tape. It is a bit tricksy to work with and I think it is not cheap. If I was looking for very light weight material for a full size stunter I would think that very light grade Cuban would be what I would try. Again not cheap but you can sew it. For SSUL kites i reckon the rods, fittings, sail pockets and reinforcements are the way to get a light kite. If your really keen after you pare all that down the next step is sail material. Mike
  12. Glider

    Might not fly but are the sock of choice for thong wearing on a cold night. Mike
  13. Glider

    The tea cosy was made by the Missus. She has also just done me some socks with a big toe so i can wear them with thongs, classy. Mike