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Old 10-27-2017, 12:37 PM   #1
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Im having a hard time finding the m2.6x11 and m2.6x18 cap head screws for the ar44 axles Im building. I need 8 of the m2.6x11 and 4 of the m2.6x18 mm screws.

Why on earth did axial choose such a hard to find piece of hardware? why not 2.5 or 3mm? Grrr... Even McMaster Carr only has 10pks for $9 plus shipping. I dont get it axial.

Does anyone have a few they would sell or donate to my cause?
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Old 10-27-2017, 07:09 PM   #2
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You should be able to use 2.5mm screws instead of 2.6mm
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Old 10-27-2017, 07:40 PM   #3
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2.5mm work perfectly fine.

The only place where I've found the 2.5/2.6mm to matter is with hitec servos.
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Hobbyking has them for a great price right now. Throw in a battery to make the shipping worth it.

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McMaster-Carr has 2.6mm screws.

https://www.mcmaster.com/#standard-s...crews/=1a2waja
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he knew that already

Why on earth did axial choose such a hard to find piece of hardware? why not 2.5 or 3mm? Grrr... Even McMaster Carr only has 10pks for $9 plus shipping. I dont get it axial.
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he knew that already

Why on earth did axial choose such a hard to find piece of hardware? why not 2.5 or 3mm? Grrr... Even McMaster Carr only has 10pks for $9 plus shipping. I dont get it axial.
Come on. We all know that .1mm makes a huge difference.
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some of us will take any little bit of help we can get
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Hobbyking has them for a great price right now. Throw in a battery to make the shipping worth it.

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I missed your post. Thanks I will check those out.

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Hobbyking has them for a great price right now. Throw in a battery to make the shipping worth it.

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Purchased. 1.80 worth of screw and 8.00 shipping. Go figure.

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Purchased. 1.80 worth of screw and 8.00 shipping. Go figure.

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At least you have more than 10 screws for $10!

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At least you have more than 10 screws for $10!

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No doubt. I ordered lots. They are not the exact lengths, but who is count in mms anyhow

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