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Aluminum Side Outlet Elbows: Ideal for making simple, strong, rust free launch pads. Three legs means no leveling is required. Each elbow comes with a hex head screw for easy removal of the legs. They are available in three sizes to accommodate any size of pad you need.

Sizes are based on leg tubing ID.

1" - $15.95 each

1 1/4" - $23.95 each

1 1/2" - $29.95 each

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Reusable Plastic Rivets: Ideal for mounting removable couplers in airframes, securing hatches and securing nose-cones to payload sections. Holds securely to kraft phenolic, fiberglass, plastic tubing and nose-cones. Once holes are drilled, no tools are required to install the rivets. To remove the rivets pull cap up with your fingernail or small knife. Eliminates wood backing that screws require. Will not strip hole. Low profile (less than 1/16"). Rivets are intended for combined material thickness from 0.100" to 0.130". Hole required is 5/32.   HDWE-RVT-24

$4.25 Pkg

A fancy pad built using the
Aluminum Side Outlet Elbow

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#2 - 56 Nylon Screws These are 1/2" long pan head screws with a Philips head for ease of installation. The 2 - 56 screws are preferred by many builders who like a more secure pin in their rocket. Each package contains 10 screws. CR-NS-2-56.5


$1.95 Pkg

Also available:
4-40 Nylon Screws. Ideal for larger projects. CR-NS-4-40.5

$2.35 Pkg


Giant Leap Swivels

Stops your chute lines from tangling!

Swivels 600 lb. Test 1/4" Eyelet $3.95/ea
Swivels 1000 lb. Test 1/2" Eyelet $5.50/ea


1500 lb. Test

1/2" Eyelet


TECH NOTE: Tangled shroud lines reduce the effectiveness of chutes. Rockets twist and turn during descent, even in the slightest wind, which makes the shroud lines tangle around each other. This causes the chute to narrow, reducing its drag, and increasing the overall rate of descent rate. The result is a hard landing which cracks fins and airframes, and can jam motors up into motor tubes. Your solution is a swivel. This allows the rocket to rotate during descent without twisting the shrouds lines together. Here’s another tip: when packing the chute for flight, most people hold the chute in one hand and wrap the lines around the chute with other hand. That’s incorrect and will cause the shrouds to twist together. Instead lay the chute on a flat surface and extend the shroud lines out. Then roll the chute onto the shroud lines. HAPPY LANDINGS!!




Coast Rocketry is now offering epoxy in larger and more economically sized 9 oz packages.

Description Cure Time Weight Price
Fast Cure Epoxy
5  minute epoxy is the LEAST temperature sensitive epoxy. Ideal for working quickly. This epoxy is excellent for gluing different materials together. 
5 Min 9 oz. $19.95
Mid Cure Epoxy
15 minute epoxy is used in large areas where more work time is needed. This is our most flexible epoxy and is ideal for gluing to fiberglass surfaces. 
15 Min 9 oz. $19.95


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