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Old 12-24-2009, 07:54 PM   #1
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Anyone have any experience in using the Muchmore Motor Bearing Puller? I want to replace the ball bearings in a couple BL motors.

Already know about LRP coming out with a similar unit next month; but, not sure that I want to wait. Cost seems a bit steep at $54.95 too.

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Anyone have any experience in using the Muchmore Motor Bearing Puller? I want to replace the ball bearings in a couple BL motors.

Already know about LRP coming out with a similar unit next month; but, not sure that I want to wait. Cost seems a bit steep at $54.95 too.

Thanks.
I want to know about this too. I really want to replace the standard bearings in my motors.
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Oh btw Tower has it $33.99...

http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin/wti0001p?&I=LXVFW2
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Looks like LRP is gonna competitively price theirs as well...

http://www.horizonhobby.com/Products...ID=ASCLRP65790

Hyperdrive makes something a little more primitive...

http://www.lefthander-rc.com/catalog...oducts_id=1378
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Default Hmm.. heat

Do as the nitro boys do and put in oven or use gas flame, slam it on a rubber mat, and cope with blistered fingers?

Then put new bearings in the freezer and do it again?

Or am I missing something?

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Nitro boys always scared me...LOL

All good stuff. But, has anyone used the Much More tool? Likes/Dislikes?

EA replaced the regular bearings in a couple motors with ceramics at the IIC. Need to do a couple more.

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All good stuff. But, has anyone used the Much More tool? Likes/Dislikes?

EA replaced the regular bearings in a couple motors with ceramics at the IIC. Need to do a couple more.

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Hey Bill,

I have a much more one and its what I used to do the motors for you at the IIC. I also have a Hyperdrive unit. The Much more will not do some motors and same with the HD. But to me the Much More unit is more versitile and doesnt need to beat on the bearings like the HD.

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Hey Bill,

I have a much more one and its what I used to do the motors for you at the IIC. I also have a Hyperdrive unit. The Much more will not do some motors and same with the HD. But to me the Much More unit is more versitile and doesnt need to beat on the bearings like the HD.

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Do you know if the Much More will work on Speed Passion motors?
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Good enough for me...Thanks EA...as usual.
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