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Old 12-27-2010, 01:09 AM   #1
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I converted my old NTC3 to electric. Alum chassis. Handles awesome. Includes associated servo. $50 shipped OBO.



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does it come with a body an what r you looking for trade wise
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Yeah I have a body for it. Not sure what i'd be interested in trade wise. Make me an offer.
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i am highly interested, call me up 847-975-7448

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How in the hell do you get proper mesh with the motor mount not even mounted straight with the chassis?
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Ha! The vertical part of the motor mount is slightly twisted to even out with the spur gear. I set the mesh by loosening the entire mount, inserting a piece of paper between gears, then tightening everything down. I have had zero stripped gears since building this thing. May not look pretty but works perfect.
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