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Old 03-06-2006, 07:35 AM   #811
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first problem with my 960

it's the pulley solid axle 51T
i don't know what hapened.....

Drop a little loctite on the spool before putting the new gear on. That should prevent this from happening.
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Old 03-06-2006, 07:38 AM   #812
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Here is that link to the new solid pulley.
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no link......
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Old 03-06-2006, 08:09 AM   #814
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http://www.mytsn.com/products/desc.asp?prid=4243
new rear gear
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Old 03-06-2006, 08:32 AM   #815
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ok thank you,but i did'nt find any shop for the price(mushroom and ace hardware have not got this part)

i just dismounted the rear of my 960 and i saw another problem...i hope it's the last time i'll have probleme with this car

look the 2nd gear,in the center where the bearing is placed it misses matter



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ha nefastseven did ether one of the bearing go bad on that gear ?
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Unless I am mistaken, I think that is just excess flashing from the molding process, that can be trimmed away, and has no effect on the bearing placement. I have run across it on a couple gears and just trimmed it with an hobby knife and it worked just fine.
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but if I withdraw the matter supplement the bearing will not hold any more
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nefastseven as long as the flange bearing holds in place and the back bearing surface is not damage then you will not have a problem. with those two things good the gear will run true on the shaft.
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Here is that link to the new solid pulley.
OOPS..Forgot the link. Thanks for getting that captian.
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anyone knows the price for the Pulley Solid axle 51T Fast ? #903198

because i found the price for the normal pulley which is in the kit(approximately 10$) but not the other

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SER 903198 Pully 51T solid rear axle List $12.95 Ashford $11.65

This part number has just been added by Serpent and we Ashford don't expect them till later this week.
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anyone knows the price for the Pulley Solid axle 51T Fast ? #903198

because i found the price for the normal pulley which is in the kit(approximately 10$) but not the other

Thank you
The US price is $12.95.
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thanks

in France it costs 30
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OOPS..Forgot the link. Thanks for getting that captian.
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