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    Replacement parts for FT power packs.

    In general, what would be a reputable place where I could purchase replacement parts for the FT electronics packs? I have a mini A-pack and I just keep losing the spinners on these small motors. My luck ran out today and I lost it in a flying field.

    Where could I buy replacement spinners, or more emax motors, etc...? Thank you!
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    Any M5 nut will work. You should be able to get these at your local hardware store. For left hand threads, you will most likely need to buy them online.

    https://www.amazon.com/Left-Thread-1.../dp/B01N0E1F42
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    Quote Originally Posted by 97tj-neil View Post
    Any M5 nut will work. You should be able to get these at your local hardware store. For left hand threads, you will most likely need to buy them online.

    https://www.amazon.com/Left-Thread-1.../dp/B01N0E1F42
    Thank you very much! I found cap nuts and nylon lock nuts at Home Depot. Cap nuts even seem aerodynamically responsible!

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