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Reversing the shaft on a turnigy 2836-1200

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Old 12-24-2018, 06:48 AM
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Hi I'm new at electric motors and I'm in the process of building a foamy hummer and I bought this motor to put in it .the plane calls for the motor mount to be in the back but in this motor it's in the front and the back of it doesn't have enough prop shaft hence does anyone knows how to remove and reverse it thanks for any help I can get
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I appreciate your help.i will look at the information and work it from there
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