Excellent hinges for thick foam. I use them all the time, or the smaller variety depending on the foam. A few tips, use a very small dab of vaseline or grease on the pin area to stop any warward glue sticking to it. Also make sure the hinge is perfectly 90 degrees to the foams edge. If you get one out of line it will either break out of the foam or just not move smoothly.
OH dear someone forgot to lock the doors again. My name is not dude. I have purchased the product, some 7 packets I believe. What would you know that makes you think otherwise? I realize I never posted in the review section. I forgot to log on and went to leave a review. For some reason after I logged on I was returned to the previous page which was strangely enough this very page. I wrote my review and then noticed it wasn't in the review section. I was diverted from my task at the time by my wife wanting to show me something. I have no idea how it happened but computers aren't faultless and humans do make the odd mistake. Why else would I pretend to post it in the review section but post it here on purpose. Any idea? Perhaps it's because I just knew some foul mouthed person would turn up and act like a little child. You really should get treatment for that anger you possess "I'm in the money and that's it"? What's "IT" I'm certainly not in the money, I'm in bed so your comment must be that of a sick mind. What a funny person you are. Do you have any more tricks like this? You appear to know so much about exactly what I buy, perhaps you could tell me how many servos I purchased in my last order and which plane I purchased in my last order. I'll take a bet with anyone, he can't tell me. You can't can you. Because in my last order I took my stocks to every size available. So shove that in your pipe and smoke it.
If buy chance you honestly believe you can prove me wrong then go right ahead and prove it. In the meantime I'll just have a little smirk on my face. Because you can't prove it can you? What a dumb thing to say. Then again your complete post was pretty dumb using language like that Tut Tut.
These are awesome little hinges. Great for any control surface really. And easy to use. Just drill a hole and glue them in with your fav glue or ca, whatever. They have a metal pin so they're durable and strong. No slop at all. Try em out. :)
That will depend on the version of cessna 182 you have, remember that these hinges are 2mm thick and you need to push them into the wing and then have some wing thickness left to hold them. These hinges are usually used for the rudder. I would stick with pinned flat hinges for flaps.