This a nice and easy way to make some very light wheels for next to nothing - If like me you happen to have a length of pipe lagging left over then the cost is zero!

you will need:
A length of foam pipe lagging
A scrap of foam board.
hot glue.

Hacksaw blade
Sharp Knife
Glue gun

The web site referred to in the video is www.flitetest.com
Clever idea!
The video is also published on flitetest's web site -&nbsp; <a href="http://flitetest.com/#/types=tips&listSort=date_high_to_low" rel="nofollow">http://flitetest.com/#/types=tips&amp;listSort=date_high_to_low</a><br> <br> Along with 100's of other tips and free plans for building aircraft from raw beginner to superb flying wings - and just about everything in between.<br> <br> I am nothing to do with the site just a grateful user. If you interested in flying or starting to fly RC aircraft there couldn't be a better place to start.<br> <br> After a 20 year laps I have rekindled my interest in building models and RC flying.<br> <br> Perhaps the 2 mtr motor glider in my garage will get an airing at last.<br> <br> I have recently upgraded my RC equipment and found a 6 channel 2.4 gig radio and receiver for &pound;36 - Hard to beat prices like that.<br> <br> In all the equipment&nbsp; to start cost about&nbsp; &pound;98- this included the cost of Transmitter and receiver, 4 servos,&nbsp; a motor controller, motor, 2 Lipo batteries and a suitable charger.<br> <br> The aircraft in general you can build for &pound;4 or less depending on where you buy your foam board and what tools you have.
Here in Argentina these things are expensive and exclusive. Besides, I have not the time required to make and to fly a model aircraft. Thanks anyway for your suggestion.

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