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Old 01-24-2003, 08:41 PM   #1
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Default Where to buy TB01 19t pinion?

I need this to use with the 58t spur. I can't even find a part number for this much less a place that has it. I have a 48pitch but it doesn't 'mesh'.
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I THINK that it is 32 pitch and you should be able to find it at a local hobby shop.
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TB-01 used a metric mesh pinion, robinsracing makes them as does tamiya (part number 50355)that is a a combo pack both 18 and 19 tooth pinion. I know www.leadingedgehobbies.com sells both.
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Default Re: Where to buy TB01 19t pinion?

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I need this to use with the 58t spur. I can't even find a part number for this much less a place that has it. I have a 48pitch but it doesn't 'mesh'.
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Or..if you have a TL01 you can just use its stock pinion gear
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Old 03-27-2003, 10:45 AM   #5
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didn't realize this thread was still alive. I got the tamiya combo pack of spurs a while ago. FWIW tamiya uses .6 metric pitch gears(on the TB-01), and .8 on some other things.
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Tamiya just emailed me back. It uses metric 48 pitch.
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Old 03-29-2003, 09:29 AM   #7
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Arrow strange...

I have robinson 48 pitch spurs and 48 pitch yokomo spurs and gears, and none of them mesh with the TB-01 parts. I also tried out some others at the LHS, and finally had to order the tamiya parts.
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You need to use 48 pitch metric not standard, the robins racing pinions also dont seem to get peaks on them like the tamiya ones do
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0.6 for Tamiya's terms of metric 48 pitch. Size wise it is in between standard 48 and 64 pitch (that will be 52 pitch then...if they ever make one). Not only Tamiya who uses metric system because Kyosho uses them too on their electric cars thus the pinion gears are interchangeable. If you use the aluminum motor mount for the TB01, try GPM's 26 teeth metric 48 pitch. I ran 25/61 on my CF Tb01 and it was begging for one more pitch for the speed.
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