R/C tug is based on the Jim Wilder Tugboat kit. An advanced kit
involves fitting 60 or so 1/4" balsa strips to make the hull. The tug
is 32" long and seems quite heavy, but floats on the waterline. George
added working navigation lights which were not included in the kit or
The platform has the receiver at the
top, the radio battery case in the middle and the electronic speed
control for the motor at the bottom. If you look close you'll see two
switches in the platform, the top one is for the radio circuit and the
bottom one is for the propulsion battery.
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