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Sc10 2wd Spur Gear help

Old 02-19-2016, 05:56 PM
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Ok first of I have Team Associated Sc10 2wd with the kmc wheels and body.I primarily use it for bashing around in my yard or my gravel driveway and sometimes on cement. I no longer have the stock brushed motor or esc in it. It's running a Castle Sidewinder 3 esc and a Castle 1506 series 4 pole motor 5700kv. I have changed the pinion to a 14t pinion. I recently accidently striped the stock spur gear. I was wondering what tooth it was and all the info behind it so I could by a new one. Thanks for the help in advance!
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if you take off the slipper assembly it will say it right on the spur gear
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Old 02-19-2016, 06:12 PM
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Ok what tools do I need? Sorry beginner but I know some stuff
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The 87T spur gear is what comes with the SC10. If you plan on running a 17.5T brushless motor than you probably would want to get a 75T spur gear.

Edit: I don't know what the heck is up with all these automatic links added to posts, but I don't like it. The spur gear above, linked by VigLink, is not the correct one to be placed on a SC10 top shaft.

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As far as what tools you will need: I believe a 1/4" nut driver and a 5/64" hex driver to take the gear cover off. It's been awhile since I worked on SC truck, and I go by color coded handles for my sizes .

Also, in the beginning of the SC10 manual, you should see a list of hex sizes that you need for "wrenching" on your RC. I would invest in a decent set of hex drivers as they will less likely to strip, and less likely to be stripped when working on your vehicle.
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The info and help was much appreciated!
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