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Old 07-19-2010, 12:43 AM   #1
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Im looking for a good rc car store in AUS Melbourne that sell the ta05.
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Do a google search for local hobby shops and i'm sure you will find one pretty quickly. i think hobbyco in sydney might sell them but i'm not 100% on that. i've honestly not seen any hobby shops lately selling them but i do know there are plenty in overseas shops online.
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Im looking for a good rc car store in AUS Melbourne that sell the ta05.
call rc hobbies on 02 95640822 as for melbourne i wouldnt have a clue about good hobbystores
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Perhaps you need to read your own threads if you really want to find answers you seek.
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Where are you located mate? You can try metrohobby.com.au
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yeh i went to jj hobbies got a brushless rocket pro rc then stear wont work took it back they said they cant fix it and get my money back and get the ta-05.
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Do a google search for local hobby shops and i'm sure you will find one pretty quickly. i think hobbyco in sydney might sell them but i'm not 100% on that. i've honestly not seen any hobby shops lately selling them but i do know there are plenty in overseas shops online.
I think thats your best bet. (online) Now, I order just about everything online from HorizonHobby. I do have to wait for shipping; but they have a massive selection! I only go my my local HobbyTown to race & if I break a part that I need.
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