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Old 08-03-2017, 02:08 AM   #3496
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I use X-rings 50dm.
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What brand spur is everyone using? What size? 48 or 64?
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Old 08-12-2017, 06:08 PM   #3498
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What brand spur is everyone using? What size? 48 or 64?
Robitronic spur gears (machined delrin) in combination with Arrowmax pinions. Both 64dp.

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Old 08-12-2017, 10:08 PM   #3499
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What brand spur is everyone using? What size? 48 or 64?
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Old 08-13-2017, 04:45 AM   #3500
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What brand spur is everyone using? What size? 48 or 64?

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Old 08-13-2017, 11:44 AM   #3501
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Xenon only 48dp
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Same here, except I went one step farther. I also got the reinforced black rod guides. To get even more consistent feel, I also drilled a hole in the plastic piece of the top cap.
Part number for these and the clear o-rings please.

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Part number for these and the clear o-rings please.

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What brand spur is everyone using? What size? 48 or 64?

For 64 pitch I like the Axon spur gears
For 48 pitch I like the 3Racing spur gears
I haven't tried the 48 pitch on the 419x but I think the it's thin enough to fit between the center pulleys ?
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For 64 pitch I like the Axon spur gears
For 48 pitch I like the 3Racing spur gears
I haven't tried the 48 pitch on the 419x but I think the it's thin enough to fit between the center pulleys ?
Just my 2$
My problem with 48p is getting down to 3.2 fdr. It's been difficult to find a brand that has teeth at around 65 that also have the right fit for the pulley.
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Robinson makes a 66t 48p spur gear and hirosaka makes a 65t spur that is very thin...
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Robinson makes a 66t 48p spur gear and hirosaka makes a 65t spur that is very thin...
Yes but the Robinson spur is too thick. Kimbrough spur gears have the wrong drill hole pattern. I ordered a 69T for the serpent cars. I assume its made by Axon.
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Then the hirosaka spur will be best at 3mm thickness. It might be hard to find...
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Old 08-16-2017, 10:55 PM   #3510
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Has anyone try the Arrowmax Spur Gear?
Can buy some 48dp with 78 teeth.
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