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Old 01-09-2004, 10:56 PM   #16
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i know...i emailed him like...4-5 days ago..no reply!
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i called him like 5 times over last few days and no answer, also shot him a few mails?? maybe he's on vacation or something
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Old 01-10-2004, 05:12 AM   #18
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why dont you just go to www.towerhobbies.com they have all the silicone wire you could possibly want. and whatever brand you want.oh,and they dont go on vacation.i dont understand why people aggravate themselves trying to get something simple like wire.somebody is always posting about some second rate hobby shop being out of stock,not returning e-mails,taking forever to ship,not shipping period ect.. ect.. towerhobbies.com,-southshorehobby.com,-superiorhobby.com-try one of them
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disaster: I will see him today. I will let him know that you have been trying to get a hold of him.

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Go here they have 14, 16 and 18 gauge.

http://www.nyblimp.com/superior/wire.htm

You can also look for TQ products dragwire from the slot racing world. It looks small but has a thin insulator and is 16 gauge. I use it on my BRP SC18. !8th scale pan car. I got it here.

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why dont you just go to www.towerhobbies.com they have all the silicone wire you could possibly want. and whatever brand you want.oh,and they dont go on vacation.i dont understand why people aggravate themselves trying to get something simple like wire.somebody is always posting about some second rate hobby shop being out of stock,not returning e-mails,taking forever to ship,not shipping period ect.. ect.. towerhobbies.com,-southshorehobby.com,-superiorhobby.com-try one of them
tower is expensive, i could get 5 feet black and red each for 5 bucks!
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