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Old 07-09-2004, 07:04 AM
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I would like to make my own servo extensions. Where can i buy the wires and connectors(male&female) for Hitech and JR?
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Old 07-09-2004, 07:22 AM
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Daniel You can get them from radicalrc.com they also have the crimp tool. Randy
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They seems to get very good price for extensions. 4$ for 30'' JR extension with connectors!
My LHS sell it 15$US/eac. You understand why i want to make them but at 4$/each, i will not bother making them!

Do you have to solder the wires to the pins with the hobby pin crimp tool or just crimp the wires in the connector?
http://radicalrc.secure-mall.com/sho...16&cart=180668
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you just crimp the wires on .
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They seems to get very good price for extensions. 4$ for 30'' JR extension with connectors!
My LHS sell it 15$US/eac. You understand why i want to make them but at 4$/each, i will not bother making them!

the pins with the hobby pin crimp tool or just crimp the wires in the connectorDo you have to solder the wires to?
http://radicalrc.secure-mall.com/sho...16&cart=180668
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