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 Posted: Fri May 9th, 2014 04:00 am
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Ray Dunakin
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I don't know if it's in stores yet, but the June issue of GR has an article I wrote about building my r/c railbus. In the article, I gave a "shout out" to Woodie and Freerails.com for the helpful r/c advice.



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Thanks Ray, I will check it out. It's always cool to see your name in print and maybe Freerails will get some new hires along the way.

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Wat to Go RAY!!! That was thinking on yer feet :bow:



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Ray, I got a copy of GR today...very nice article. Thanks for the kind words. It's one thing to author magazine articles yourself but to be mentioned in another's work is really fine. Thanks again.

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Thanks Woodie, and you're welcome!



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Interesting about the antenna sensitivity.



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Awww, antennas aren't sensitive. I have made some nasty remarks about them and have never had one complain.

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