I am new to this,but would really like to give it a try.
A friend of mine gave me a Tower Hobbies trainer 60,but no instuction book
and the ailerons that connect the wings flaps to the servo are broke because
he bent them wrong and then tried to fix them.Other then that the plane is
all put together,and its 2 years old.He ever give me a Futuba 6channel
radio.He don't have anytime to mess with it anymore,but I do.
I looked at Tower Hobbies website,but I could'nt find anything,I am not
sure of the length either.
So if any of you can point me in the right direction or let me know if
there is something else I can use in plce of the ailerons,I would really
============If you're in the US, I suggest using the AMA web site to find a local club.
Find the flying field and take everything there. Someone there, probably
several of them, will gladly look over what you have and help make a list of
the things you need to get it ready to go. Ask as many 'new guy' questions
as necessary. They can also help with terminology. The ailerons are the
wooden strips that run almost the length of the wing trailing edge (what I
think you referred to as wing flaps are the ailerons, as the trainer does
not have flaps). What I think you called 'ailerons' are the two wire
pushrods that connect the ailerons to the servo.
For these, you buy pushrods that are longer than you need and cut off the
excess. Something like these are probably what it will take; you could
possibly need them a little longer, but, I doubt it based on the ones on my
Great Planes trainer.
I dug around the Tower site and found the manual online: