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Old 11-07-2008, 02:36 PM
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80's MIP tranny,
MIP no longer sells this product, I use to have this in my old RC10 and I've had this in my garage for ever, and was wondering what would be a good price to sell this at? Everything is complete, but it has one screw broken in the mounting hole. Would be good for replacement parts for someone who already has one. Thanks in advance. -H.A.H. halfasshuffer
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Originally Posted by H.A.H. View Post
80's MIP tranny,
MIP no longer sells this product, I use to have this in my old RC10 and I've had this in my garage for ever, and was wondering what would be a good price to sell this at? Everything is complete, but it has one screw broken in the mounting hole. Would be good for replacement parts for someone who already has one. Thanks in advance. -H.A.H. halfasshuffer
I had the same one....I even remember buying it for like 90-100$

Can you extract the screw? Might be worth some money on eBay as alot of vintage stuff is always for sale there....
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WOW if you are talking about the MIP tranny with the gear diff in it , those guys are super rare!
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Mine looked like this one:

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I've got one of these mounted in a never-used A&L trailing arm and graphite chassis RC10. Probably the only part of that car that's still from the original kit is the motor plate
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I've got one of these mounted in a never-used A&L trailing arm and graphite chassis RC10. Probably the only part of that car that's still from the original kit is the motor plate
I miss my trailing arm style dogbone throwing RC10...I got it in a box still somewhere I hope. I think I bought it from the guy who designed it before A&L started making them commercial.
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H.A.H., my Andy's trailing arm RC10 needs a tranny, PM me with details.
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y2kgtp and jk racing, Mine doesn't look like the one in your picture, I'll try and post some pictures this weekend.
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y2kgtp...you have 2 different MIP's there, one for an AE car (with bearings showing) and the other is for the Losi JRX2, I've only seen a few of the Losi versions.
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Originally Posted by jk racing View Post
y2kgtp...you have 2 different MIP's there, one for an AE car (with bearings showing) and the other is for the Losi JRX2, I've only seen a few of the Losi versions.
It was just a photo I found online...the case looked familar

I had a JRX2 when it first came out too.....I kinda want to build a JRX-T 5 link to run Mod Truck with.....
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ok hope this works, here are some pictures of the MIP tranny I have.


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that screw could prob be removed with a extractor kit.....I am guessing
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Originally Posted by y2kgtp View Post
that screw could prob be removed with a extractor kit.....I am guessing
where can I find an extractor kit? Is it the MIP tranny you used to have? I painted the MIP hot pink alone time ago, thought it looked cool at the time.
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extractor kits - Home Depot/Lowes/Ace Hardware.
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Originally Posted by H.A.H. View Post
where can I find an extractor kit? Is it the MIP tranny you used to have? I painted the MIP hot pink alone time ago, thought it looked cool at the time.
Sears (example of it's use http://www.bimmerboard.com/forums/posts/17946)

It sure does look like the one I had.....but was a long time ago....
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