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    New Rev Sim Rudder Pedal Assembly Videos

    New Revolution Simproducts Rudder Pedal Kit Self Assembly Videos now available.

    I've re-done the Assembly videos for the rudder pedal kits which are much better quality and more concise.

    thanks ... ian

    http://www.737ng.co.uk/revolution/ne...eo%20part1.wmv

    http://www.737ng.co.uk/revolution/ne...eo%20part2.wmv
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    Re: New Rev Sim Rudder Pedal Assembly Videos

    Hi Ian

    Cool Video, now I know how it is done.

    Keep up the good work.

    Cheers Norbert

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    Re: New Rev Sim Rudder Pedal Assembly Videos

    Hi Ian, these are a beautiful set of pedals you have created, I was wondering about one thing,when the pedals are pushed fore and aft,do the pedals stay at the same angle, or do they tilt forward with the rotation of the rudder arm? as im not sure if the real 737 rudder pedals do this or not? was just curious,keep up the great work

    Regards,Tom

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    Re: New Rev Sim Rudder Pedal Assembly Videos

    hello tom........
    these are purely a replication of the rudder pedals. they are designed and built to purely input a rudder and/or brake pedal input.
    right now, they do not follow the rudder position by moving in unison with the rudder position, but i'm sure that is to come
    thanks for asking anyway
    have a great day tomorrow......
    rgds

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    Re: New Rev Sim Rudder Pedal Assembly Videos

    Ian,

    What's a spanner?

    Just kidding. We yanks would call that an open-end wrench.

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    Re: New Rev Sim Rudder Pedal Assembly Videos

    Ian,

    What's a spanner?

    Just kidding. We yanks would call that an open-end wrench.

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    Re: New Rev Sim Rudder Pedal Assembly Videos

    sorry warren, my brain (nor my toolbox) doesn't get any further west than Dublin these days
    i'm re-doing the self build TQ kit video at the moment, so i'll have to think a bit on that one
    you have a great day........
    regards from wales

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