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Old 12-18-2006, 11:56 AM   #1
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Default What do you use for Battery straps

I need an idea to attach my stick packs on my 414 M2, any ideas please.

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If your chassis has cut outs, you can use battery tape (strapping tape) offered by several RC manufacturers.

The other option would be a battery strap that attaches to the chassis for repeated use. Check with the manufacturer to see if they offer this part.
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The 414M2 allows you to either use the tamiya battery mounts (works with stick packs) or you can use the slots and tape in saddle packs.
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