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Old 01-01-2015, 03:52 PM
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Has anybody used these screw. If so have you had issues with them. I wanna buy the 400 pack, but i would like some feedback before i do. Thanks
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It's a great screw kit and is well worth the price, which is ridiculously cheap. I haven't weighed them, but I imagine they aren't the lightest screws around. I've also never had any issues with the screws stripping.
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I've got a set and they are great and crazy inexpensive.
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Check mcmaster.com. rc screw prices rediculous lol
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Their ti screws also good.
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Originally Posted by valk View Post
Check mcmaster.com. rc screw prices rediculous lol
Ill check those out, thanks for the replies
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Check mcmaster.com. rc screw prices rediculous lol
Normally I'd agree with you, but it's like $15 for the 400 screw kit.
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Mcmaster has all sizes in m3 button head, hec cap and countersunk. I didn't check for titanium but for stainless or zinc plated they very cheap for packs of 50 and 100 screws. Yeah racing kit not bad though.
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