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07-17-2002 03:55 PM  16 years agoPost 1
cwilli02

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Gentlemen,
I am going to order a set of replacement ball links for my Fury today, but forgot to get a count before I left for work this morning. Could someone who happens to have their Fury nearby let me know the total count of links I need to order. I think I am going to try the Rocket City links. I hear they are smooth and work good for CCPM set-ups. My rough guess is 24. Thanks!!

Chad

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07-17-2002 06:33 PM  16 years agoPost 2
Ford Rollo

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According to a post from Ron Lund on his web site a few weeks ago, he said Rocket City was going out of business and that he had bought a lot, if not all, of their remaining links.

I'd start with Ron for your order.

Good luck.


Ford

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07-17-2002 06:51 PM  16 years agoPost 3
cwilli02

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I had heard the same thing about them selling out the business. I do know however the Ron Lund and Rick's RC did purchase a HUGE amount of them. Like 10,000 or something like that. I will definetely buy mine from them. They quoted me .35 each which I think is VERY reasonable. Compared to the MA ones at least. We'll see! Thanks everyone.

Chad

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07-17-2002 07:00 PM  16 years agoPost 4
JSaleska

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Along the link lines --

I saw a few pictures from a heli that a guy overseas had. He said he always replaced his with "Oil Filled" links? They were blue or maybe orange in color instead of the usual black as well. Does anyone have any info on those?

Jon Sends
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07-17-2002 08:41 PM  16 years agoPost 5
RappyTappy

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Whats wrong with the X-cell links?

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07-17-2002 08:52 PM  16 years agoPost 6
cwilli02

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Nothing is wrong with the MA links. Just after gallons of use mine are ready to be replaced, and I thought I would try something new. And they are a little cheaper. I've never heard anything but good things about Rocket City links so I thought I would try them out. I hope I don't learn a lesson. I will be sure to let everyone know how they work out.

Thanks,
Chad

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