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Old 12-30-2009, 07:58 PM   #1
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Default Tamiya 950 Bearing Dimensions

Hi, can anyone please give me the dimensions for Tamiya 950 Bearings.

I'm O/S at the moment and I have found a supplier with some cheap bearings.

Unfortunately I cant check my own 950 bearings as they are back home.

I have read here at rctech in a previous thread that they are 5x9 but I need the width to be sure.

I see a lot of bearings that are 5x9x3 is this corrrect?


Many thanks!
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Hi, can anyone please give me the dimensions for Tamiya 950 Bearings.

I'm O/S at the moment and I have found a supplier with some cheap bearings.

Unfortunately I cant check my own 950 bearings as they are back home.

I have read here at rctech in a previous thread that they are 5x9 but I need the width to be sure.

I see a lot of bearings that are 5x9x3 is this corrrect?


Many thanks!
5 = inned width
9 = outer length
3 = thickness

Yes, you are right. Eventually Tamiya TB Evo 5 is using such bearing for wheel axles. In general ppl say it's 950.
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Old 12-30-2009, 08:53 PM   #3
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Thanks mate, I appreciate your help.

Now, off to the Bearing shop in Ho Chi Minh City!


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