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    In the truck I'm building has 6 car batteries in parallel it needs ten channels. Would it work if I hooked a motor controller to each motor and linear actuator and the receiver channel to each controller. Of course having the power and grounds to the controller. Would that work

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    RE: Question

    why do you need 10 chanels?how many motors are there?motor controllers?how many linear actuators are there?used for what?
    what radio system do you have?what receiver/channels?

    Exactly what are you asking?explain what you are doing and what components you have
    and what they are being used for.

    a little more info will go a long way.
    Today is the Tomorrow you worried
    about Yesterday.

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    RE: Question

    Well I'm building a 13 foot heavy duty wrecker. Motor for drive and steering, two linear actuators for boom up n down, one for stinger in n out, one for stinger up n down, one each for left n right outrigger up n down, and also two more for winches. I really don't know what kind of trans n reciever I should get


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