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Droid Caller Kit

Price: $135.00
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Item Number: DC-ANH
Droid Caller Kit



Based on the ANH version, measured from an original vintage unit.

This is a replica model kit: deburing, fitting, finishing/painting, and assembly required.

All parts are machined from quality solid billet materials.

Includes all parts required as shown above.

Assembly Guidelines:

Tools required: inch and metric hex wrenches, small flat tip screw driver, (glue, other modeling accessories, etc.).

Any glue used should be weak/easily removeable to make future repair/restoration easier.

Wash machined aluminum parts in warm lightly soapy water (soft liquid soap), rinse thoroughly, and force air dry completely.
A toothbrush works well for the knurls.

All parts now made from aluminum (except head insert) and all hardware is stainless steel so there is no rust.

DO NOT WASH STEEL PARTS: - head insert, screws, springs, balls.

Debur rough edges and dry fit parts before painting/finishing.

Contact pin housing:
- remove plastic chips from inside
- put brass pin in plastic body so the pin sticks out of the hole
- drop spring in on top of the brass pin
- thread the set screw ( inch ) in until finger tight, do not over tighten
You can put teflon pipe tape on the set screw before threading it in, to hold it in place

Glue the contact pin assembly into head, all the way up to the shoulder inside,
the brass pin should stick up in to the  head when viewed from the top

- Debur the threads on the timer body around the cross hole, so it screws in to the head.
- Debur the inside of the hole so the button goes in
- Put the spring and button in the timer body, and while lightly holding the button in screw the set screw to touch the flat,
then back the set screw out slightly so the button functions, you can put a dot of glue on the set screw to hold it in place

Screw the timer body into the head, do not over tighten.

Flash button:
Put the screw in from the inside, slide spring and button body over the screw, thread the plastic button onto the screw,
finger tighten, you can put some glue in the plastic button hole before threading on to the screw.

Quick release ring:
- Debur the inside of the ring
- slide the ring on to the steel insert in the head
- thread the small set screw in to the ring, making sure it goes in to the oval slot in steel insert
- put the spring into the handle
- put the steel ball in the handle on top of the spring
- thread the handle in to the ring making sure the ball seats in the radius cutout of the steel head insert.

- Remove chips and debur brass tubes before glueing in to head
- Glue in after painting.

Connecting ring:
- Debur sharp edges on ring
- Debur / Finish lever as desired
- Screw the timer lever on the ring, put the screw into countersunk hole, then put a dot of glue on thread and tighten to desired
tension making sure the lever still moves
- glue the button on to the same side as screw

Screw the connecting ring into the head with two short screws, the timer lever notch faces into the head

Screw the body on to the ring with two long screws, make sure the notch in the body lines up with timer lever

Put the steel balls in the holes and screw on the spring to hold them in place.

Screw the T-slot on the head with the flat head screws

Battery insert will hold one 9 volt or three AAA batteries

Paint to match original unit or as desired,
- paint the indent above the timer lever red
- the bottom of the head is gloss black
- the body is flat matte black wrinkle paint
The aluminum can be buffed with fine steel wool to give a satin effect or left raw