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Old 04-22-2014, 10:57 AM
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Default Clodbuster mod1 gear for Integy gears

OK so Tom wants me to install metal gears in his Clodbuster and he orders integy c22729silver gear set but it takes a mod1 gear instead of the stock 32 pitch pinion, I cant find a mod1 gear to fit the stock motor shafts and dont know what number of gear teeth to get if I did. Any help ? please
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hey are u on facebook?.... check out the clodbusters owners society... but heads up they don't like integy... apparenty they are a bad clone of the Hot racing gears....
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Thanks I will try it, I have no luck with Integy stuff in general.
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Some have little sleeves for pinions to take it down to a 3.17mm shaft from a 5mm one or you could make one.
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Havent seen one of them yet, I will take a closer look at Great Planes to see if they stock one.
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Robinson racing reducer sleeve $3 off ebay but you can see how easy it would be just to make one from a steel tube though.
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Thanks I just located it on Great Planes, Now can you tell me what number tooth gear will fit? The gear mesh on a Clodbuster in not adjustable (not by much) so you have to be right on and I don't see a suggested gear from Integy (or any other type of useful information whatsoever for anything they sell).
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Im not sure,you could measure the diameter end to end of the stock one and get stockists to measure out a mod 1 pinion to that size before you buy it from them.
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This might help.... Adjustable motor mount

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Hot-Racin...47084b0&_uhb=1
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