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    Flexible connectors? Empty Flexible connectors?

    Post  Tom(ADMIN) Sun Nov 10, 2013 5:53 pm

    Any of you guys use those flexible tube type connectors from servo to rudder/dive planes? The ones the model aircraft boys use a lot...also known as snakes, I believe.

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