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Old 01-21-2010, 08:23 PM   #1
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I have these two engines which are to be used on a two revos, I bought the whole clutch setup with a 40mm flywheel. The nut that holds the flywheel in place will not turn after one turn, the size of the nut is 1/4 with 28 thread i believe. Any help
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Hello,

I have these two engines which are to be used on a two revos, I bought the whole clutch setup with a 40mm flywheel. The nut that holds the flywheel in place will turn after one turn, the size of the nut is 1/4 with 28 thread i believe. Any help
Hey man, I can try. Did the clutch nut come with the flywheel? It should take a standard traxxas clutch nut.

What exactly do you mean turn after one turn? Do you mean it won't tighten down all the way?
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im using the traxxas nut thats for sg shafts. After one turn trying to tighten it, it will not turn anymore.
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You need the TRA5244 clutch nut, I may have an extra I can send you, lemme check
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I checked, I don't have one, but yeah, you need that clutch nut, the same one for the 3.3. The TM engines don't have the SG style shaft
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ok i will give that a shot tomorrow
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would the the 2.5 pull start work on both of them
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Yeah it will bolt right on there
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