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Is there a way to look at my Air Command Rotor head and by looking at it know it is put together correctly? I mean NOT UPSIDE DOWN. This concerns me since Steve Weir's accident last year and especially since I have encountered so may issues with my gyro since I purchased it.

I would appreciate any and all advise. I just want to make sure.

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Nov 23, 2014 - 9:48 PM - by HydroGyroNut
Guys, I came up with a really cool and easy way to install and put up your rotor or take it down. I think the pictures are self explanatory and gyronauts are welcome to try this. You will need a ladder like mine that fits from the ground to the top of the mast. Fit it with a pulley or buy one that has one installed. Mine is sized to fit on my floats but most of yours would be from the ground to the top of the mast. The pulley system, i bought seperately and attached, is attached to the main... [Read More]
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