Dr. Rocket 29 180-240

does these 2 motor casings use the same fore/aft closures and seal disc?TIA
shockie B)
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shockwaveriderz
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Same closures fit both - I think only a couple of the 29/240 loads use the seal disk (i.e., H210R, H220T) - none of the 29/180 loads need it.
-dave w
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David Weinshenker
Yes. When you buy the 180-240 set, you get the 2 casings, one set of closures, and a seal disc. The bad of this, if you lose a motor on a flight, you are left with the other casing, and no closures. David
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Dlogan
Perfect!
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Jerry Irvine
Along those lines, Can you interchange AeroTech and Dr Rockets closures and cases?
Reply to
Bruce Canino
Yes.
-- Joe Michel NAR 82797 L1
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J.A. Michel
Yep, they're mechanically identical - they're machined on the same tooling and setups; the only differences are the color of the dye/anodized finish, and the style of the labeling. (Aerotech-branded cases have a thin sheet aluminum nameplate while the DR ones have laser-inscribed markings on the outer wall of the casing tube itself.)
-dave w
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David Weinshenker
Always.
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Jerry Irvine
Yes, but the colors usually clash.
-- David
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David

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