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Old 01-14-2020, 11:05 AM
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Default PDSGB gearboxes. Worth it?

PDSGB gearboxes. Has anyone tried them? If so what is your opinion. Iím thinking about buying one.
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Absolutely worth it
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I'm in the process of getting a pair myself.
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I looked at these things once. Do I remember the description correctly that there is one drive motor? There's a second
motor for steering? I'm assuming the unit applies power to the output axles using a differential and the second motor
effects steering by applying differential torque to the first, a controlled differential? Similar to Tamiya's Leo 2 jobbie?

Jerry
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Originally Posted by Tanque View Post
I looked at these things once. Do I remember the description correctly that there is one drive motor? There's a second
motor for steering? I'm assuming the unit applies power to the output axles using a differential and the second motor
effects steering by applying differential torque to the first, a controlled differential? Similar to Tamiya's Leo 2 jobbie?

Jerry
thats correct

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