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Topic # 201968 12-Sep-2016 09:00
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Free to a good home: Bits and pieces from three Jaycar helicopters, two of them Apache. There are enough bits to make one complete helicopter except for the motor controller, both of which are burned out. Motors themselves are fine, also blades and other parts. Of most interest to hobbiests perhaps are the batteries and chargers, which should still be good, and the remote controls, which are also in good condition. Two operate at 40 mhz, one at 27 mhz and they could easily be adapted to other projects. Yours for the taking but you must pick up in Hastings.

 

 





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  Reply # 1628141 12-Sep-2016 20:13
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I was hoping this would be full size helicopter parts :-)



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  Reply # 1628173 12-Sep-2016 20:58
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Sorry about that. I will try to do better next time.

 

 





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  Reply # 1628312 13-Sep-2016 07:51
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wazzageek: I was hoping this would be full size helicopter parts :-)

 

 

 

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