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03-28-2005 04:52 PM  13 years agoPost 1
leslie

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Hollis, NH - USA

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What are the differences between these two, other than price? Heliup is 159.00 and HubDave's is 65.00.

Curious,
Leslie

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03-28-2005 05:04 PM  13 years agoPost 2
wedge

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Victoria BC, Canada

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Heliup's comes with a new elevator assy, that is CNC with ballbearings. I have the hubdave kit and really like it.

Victoria BC, Canada, Century Swift,Trex SA 450, Hummingbird V3.

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04-01-2005 02:15 AM  13 years agoPost 3
Logieberra

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Customer Service
Hi there, I have shopped through HubDave before and his service is like no other e.g. (this may be a one off, don't quote me!!) I had a broken side frame on the belt drive kit (major crash.) Dave sent me a new one in the mail, recieved it within a few days......for free!!!
Try and find a large store that offers even close to this kind of service........you'll be looking for a while!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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04-01-2005 03:15 AM  13 years agoPost 4
BlakeMcBrayer

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I second the above! There is no better than Hubdave. He is AWSOME and so are his kits!

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04-01-2005 12:34 PM  13 years agoPost 5
pigs dont fly

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Dave rules..end of story.

Warning...This hobby is very addictive and may damage your wealth

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04-01-2005 12:42 PM  13 years agoPost 6
leslie

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Hollis, NH - USA

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Thanks gang,

I'm not currently having any trouble with the bevel gears, but from all I have read it may only be a matter of time. When I'm ready, you've convinced me that hubdave is the way to go.

thanks for the insights,
Leslie

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04-01-2005 03:22 PM  13 years agoPost 7
CHOPPER D

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MERRIMACK,NH

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I agree hubdaves is the way to go, i have had mine for a while now and love it. If you have lots of extra money to spend then the heliup is nice as well

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04-01-2005 08:47 PM  13 years agoPost 8
wildstallionuk

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ENGLAND, FOLKESTONE, KENT

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I never used the Hub Dave kit, Im sure its good. I can say from first hand experience that the Heliup kit is excellent quality too, I love Corrado's obsession with placing bearing/races everywhere, it makes for a very smooth heli.

Check out the items I have for sale in the clasifieds including a CSM 420

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