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Old 10-10-2005, 07:20 PM   #1
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Default Reedy 19t enbell question...

The Reedy quad mag 19 turn spec motor has a screwed on endbell right? Its not held on with tabs right? On the Reedy site I dont see any screws, so if it is held on by tabs that is a huge problem for me. Thanks.
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It is screwed on endball. You will need to install capacitors as they don't come pre-installed like the trinity motors.
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Thanks, I'm glad since this will be the spec motor for our club this winter, and I hate tabbed motors!
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