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Old 09-06-2007, 11:04 AM
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Default Titanium screws where to buy?

Just wanted to see if anyone on here knows what sources are available to purchase TI screws?
standard MM.

bulk packages or cheapest ways to obtain them.

don't feel like paying 20 - 30 bucks for 10 or screws....OUCH....

thanks
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Just wanted to see if anyone on here knows what sources are available to purchase TI screws?
standard MM.

bulk packages or cheapest ways to obtain them.

don't feel like paying 20 - 30 bucks for 10 or screws....OUCH....

thanks
Buy online at www.speedtechrc.com
I believe it's about $40 for a complete set for a 1/10 scale car!
No sure about bulk?
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Try Silva Concepts www.silvaconcepts.net
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Old 09-06-2007, 05:04 PM
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Kropy, unfortunately they don't sell M3 Ti screws.

Speedtech is the best place for Ti screws that I found.

I chose to go with high quality (7075) aluminum screws instead of Ti. I'm very happy with them. There's no comparison to the crappy Al screws that Associated included with the FTTC4. fastener-express.com .
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I guess I didn't read the whole post.....LOL
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SpeedtechRC is out of stock! (But the price was good)
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We have a ton of ti screws (and steel, and aluminum) at www.ampdraw.com. If you're looking for something in particular, let me know and I can probably find it. As as I know our prices are pretty good too.

This would work: http://www.ampdraw.com/browse.php?ty...um&category=74

Although, I guess we do not carry bulk titanium screws usually. But I tried. haha

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Found these guys in the States for Aluminium screws;

Fastener Express.com
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