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Old 01-31-2005, 06:06 AM
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! like to cut all my wires to length and I can not find a place to buy the pins that are in the servo connectors.

If any one you know of a place please drop me a link.


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Horizon Hobby, I believe sells these items. I will try and find a part number for you.
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http://www.conec.com/section2/new.di...chart=34&dia=2

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If you have a good Soldering iron and a steady hand I would just open the case and re-solder the right lenth and nothing to buy.
Just my two pennies,
Also I use the extra wire of non re-sized lenths and wrap it around ferrit coils to remove any radio noice.
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Old 01-31-2005, 06:51 AM
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thanks guys i knew i could count on this group.

mr fast dude how do the amish know so much about electronics just kidding that link would be greatly appricated

Tres it helps to know what there called. "servo connector pin" was not working to good for me

Stephen i have been doing that to now i just keep running into problems like my iron hittig a wire and it will be ruined till i can get it fixed or wanting to put the servo in a different application.
thanks for the tip though.

I used to keep all my wires in tie wraps and it looked real messy them i meet a guy named Tony Williams in cleveland one year that showed me the bennifits of a clean wiring system and i have been crazy about keeping a clean wiring system every sence

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These are the part numbers for what I found:
"JR" cel1176
"Fut" cel1175
You will need a cel1179 crimping tool also. Hope this helps and don't let the Amish community know I'm using electric!!!!
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LOL @ Eli....Shack has a sub crimper also, like $7
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LOL- I just realized, you DO look amish Eli!!!

Here's a good place to get the servo parts you need: www.servocity.com
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thanks guys much appricated

don't worry Eli thay will never know
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