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What kind of Heavy Duty servo extensions to use?

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Old 05-26-2003, 10:55 PM
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Default What kind of Heavy Duty servo extensions to use?

Guys,
I'm setting up a Dave Patrick Edge 540 with gas engine, and hitec 5645's all the way around. I just ordered a Cermark DSC Heavy Duty switch, and was wondering what kind of heavy duty servo extensions I should order? Who sells quality extensions. Thanks.
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I use Hobbico heavy duty extensions, they seem to be good quality and no problems.
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I've been ordering extensions from http://www.rcaccessory.com/

They are good heavy duty extensions and the customer service is good. I also like the prices. They look like JR extensions and are half the price.

servocity.com also carries heavy duty extensions (both 20ga and 22ga) for good prices. They have excellent customer service also.
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