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Old 02-23-2012, 08:32 AM   #1
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Default LRP - Works Team Tools, Motor Bearing Replacer

Problems with taking in and out a motors ball bearings is now history! With the new Works Team Tool from LRP, the job is easy - clean operation, no twisting and no damage. Including different and changeable sets for perfect fit for all brushed- and brushless motors.



Anyone know how to use it?
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Old 02-23-2012, 06:13 PM   #2
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please help

anyone can link me to the manual or video showing how to use it?
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Looks awesome. Where did you get it? It looks like the same principal as the CRC ball popper except with different inserts for different bearings.

My guess on use is you figure out which insert fits the particular bearing and slide it over the threaded rod and then put that through the bearing then screw that into the hollow piece and the bearing is ejected into the hollowed out side. That is the way it would look like it would work from the pics.
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Old 02-24-2012, 01:29 AM   #4
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I bought from Hong Kong local shop and it shows in LRP web page also...

what I guess is same as yours but ... if you have X12 you will see the bearing is hidden from outside, how to push it to the hollow?

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Looks awesome. Where did you get it? It looks like the same principal as the CRC ball popper except with different inserts for different bearings.

My guess on use is you figure out which insert fits the particular bearing and slide it over the threaded rod and then put that through the bearing then screw that into the hollow piece and the bearing is ejected into the hollowed out side. That is the way it would look like it would work from the pics.
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