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03-11-2014 05:53 PM  4 years agoPost 1
BOOGIE

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what are yall using to keep your packs from sliding? im using Velcro but it you have 2 packs its a pita to get the last pack out with velcro

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03-11-2014 06:01 PM  4 years agoPost 2
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I don't use Velcro on my batts, but every used battery I have ever received has it on there. I think most people use battery trays which make it a lot easier for install and removal. I use Velcro straps on my Goblin 700 or orings. I use tall packs so I don't have enough room for Velcro. You could use any kind of rubber that has an adhesive surface on one side, or just glue a thin layer to the bottom of your tray that will keep the batts from sliding. If you want to keep the velcro, you could also lift the pack up slightly and slide something in between the two Velcro types and use that to detach the battery from the tray, and then slide it back on whatever you used to separate it.

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03-11-2014 06:06 PM  4 years agoPost 3
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Velcro on the battery and frame, and velcro straps around the battery. Is not pretty when lipo comes loose and flys through the blades. actually it is (looks like confetti falling from the sky)

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03-12-2014 02:02 AM  4 years agoPost 4
daddyo

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Use Velcro but only the hook half on both the battery and tray and then a Velcro strap around to hold it down. Keeps it from sliding just as well but comes right out when needed.

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03-19-2014 01:47 AM  4 years agoPost 5
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its already been said, but velcro and a strap attached to the tray and around the battery. you can't aford to have a battery break loose.

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04-18-2014 03:02 PM  4 years agoPost 6
eobie

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Gecko Tape!!

http://flexibleinnovations.com/shop#!/~/product/id=1457620

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04-18-2014 03:06 PM  4 years agoPost 7
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Wow.. Doesn't even seem like they make it anymore! Bicycle handlebar tape should work as well

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