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Old 09-25-2011, 05:49 PM
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Ineed a tail, motor mount and spinner for my Apprentice, Where is a good site to get them from?
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Old 09-26-2011, 04:46 AM
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Old 09-26-2011, 06:55 AM
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Compared to other sites that carry parts, the price difference is nulled when adding shipping costs. My LHS is HobbytownUSA, their prices are a match to HH, but they have to order the parts too, which means 2 trips.  HH has free shipping so that worked out OK. Thanks.
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The local hobby store is usually the best place because you can walk in a match things up.  When ordering on-line you can sometimes get the wrong thing.  Pluse the Hobby Store may be able to help you figure out installation if it is tricky.
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Then I'm screwed. Ihave 2 choices of LHS, one guy is an idiot, claims that if I put larger wheels on my plane it would not take off, since proven very wrong, the other choice is hobbytown usa, and they cator to ground pounders. Both stock expensive items, not low cost ones, like servos and batteries.
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