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wannaeye

Where to buy elec parts?

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wannaeye    0
wannaeye

Where in the St. Cloud area can I find a good selection of small electrical parts? 12 volt style connectors, shrink tubbing, post connectors etc.

Thanks in advance!!

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Dooley87    0
Dooley87

they probably don't carry every connector etc but fleet farm usualy has a preety good selection of that sort of stuff. it is were i would go if i were you. also northern might be another option, i haven't been in the one in st.cloud but if it is like the one in rogers they carry all that stuff. those would be my two first stops. if they don't have what your lookin for try menards or home depot but if fleet farm or northern don't carry what you want, menards and home depot probably wont either. hope this helps.

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Canoemang    0
Canoemang

Radio Shack is always my first stop for connections etc.. Or a auto parts store.

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SpearPike    13
SpearPike

hardware store

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IFallsRon    0
IFallsRon

There's a place across the corner behind TJ Maxx. I think it's Werner or Minnesota Electric. Also Handyman's on the east side.

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