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Cables instead of Push Pull Tubes ?

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Jerry

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Reading through one of Tony B's books about using cables instead of push pull tubes for the controls.


Says that they don't have the wear and tear of stress that push pull tubes do.


Anyone think of doing this ? why or why not ?


It would make routing them a whole lot easier.
 

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