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Old 03-23-2009, 07:38 AM   #1
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Any good hobby stores in Denver that carry Hitec. Near the Airport would be awesome but I will drive if needed.

I need to pick up a steering servo while I am there.

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I am not sure if all of these carry hitec stuff, but you can call them and ask. First listed is closest to the airport:

Mhor R/C - 303-343-0151
R/C Hobbies Aurora - 303-671-5300
Colpar - 303-341-0414
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I am not sure if all of these carry hitec stuff, but you can call them and ask. First listed is closest to the airport:

Mhor R/C - 303-343-0151
R/C Hobbies Aurora - 303-671-5300
Colpar - 303-341-0414
Called these stores. None of them carry good stock and some dont carry at all. Anyone know how good Coplar is.
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Called these stores. None of them carry good stock and some dont carry at all. Anyone know how good Coplar is.
Colpar is kinda like a Hobby Town in the sense that they carry all sorts of things - trains, models, etc. They have some R/C stuff in stock. Not sure how much racing stuff they have though. I have only been in there one or two times...

MHOR and RC Hobbies are strictly R/C. MHOR has an indoor electric offroad track. Jess has TONS of stuff in stock for electric offroad because that is what they race there. But he can probably order you whatever you need if he doesn't have it in stock.

Bruno, owner of R/C hobbies, is a Nitro offroad racer and can also probably get you whatever you need.
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call the colpar in lakewood, they have twice as much rc stuff than the aurora store, they have a good selection of hitec servos. plus they can send it to the aurora store in one day.
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Keith is the owner of Coplar in Lakewood. He carries a lot of stuff or can get it in pretty quick. Its the only place I buy my RC stuff now.
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Keith is the owner of Coplar in Lakewood. He carries a lot of stuff or can get it in pretty quick. Its the only place I buy my RC stuff now.
Wow, Keith bought the store??? The Lakewood store was ware I got all my heli stuff.
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If you have to, you can go to RC Hobbies in Littleton. They usually have a lot of servos in stock. They are a little more expensive than the rest IMO, but they might have it. Not too bad of a drive from the airport either. Plus they have a small track there as well. If not, Hobbyclown in Lakewood might as well. Always a last resort for me when I was there.
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