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Tamiya TT01 Steel Pinions

Old 12-27-2016, 11:22 AM
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Default Tamiya TT01 Steel Pinions

Hey Guys...I've got me a Tamiya TT01R. I'm looking for some steel pinions to upgrade the stock Tamiya Pinions. I've read that the AV pinions from Tamiya aren't that durable and the steel pinions last way longer.
But the problem i'm having is finding them.
I read here(http://www.tamiyaclub.com/forum/inde...osing-pinions/) that the 48p pinions from Robinson work...but that's 48p..not 48dp...so i'm not sure if I should take the chance.

Anyone has any experience with these or any other steel pinions that work with the TT01 chassis?
Thanks
Old 12-29-2016, 11:05 PM
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I do not know of any other brands, but I can say that Robinson Racing pinions are great. I have never heard of a "48dp" pitch on a gear, so I don't see where there'd be a problem with compatability. But then again, I haven't ever built a TT01 either. :P
Old 12-31-2016, 11:52 AM
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Ohh So would the RR #1055 pinions work???
I also see in it's description that it's for experimental purposes mainly? :/
So i'm guessing that they aren't steel?
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Originally Posted by Ronaldo95163
Ohh So would the RR #1055 pinions work???
I also see in it's description that it's for experimental purposes mainly? :/
So i'm guessing that they aren't steel?
Yes, no, and no. They are steel and I have no idea what an "experimental purpose" is. Lol
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I got a tamiya tt02 chassis I ran in to the same issue it may need a .06 mod 48 pitch pinion because I thought I could use any 48 pitch pinion it's a difference .
Old 03-27-2017, 06:57 PM
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You want the .6 mod pinions from Robinson, like this one https://www.amainhobbies.com/robinso...454462?v=50496 or whatever number of teeth you prefer.
The Tamiya ones are a metric 48p, so the names are confusing. They are not the same as the 48p that almost all the other 1/10 cars have.

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