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Old 05-06-2014, 03:54 AM   #1
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Does anyone know where I can buy one of these from, I've searched the entire web with no luck I really want to get one

http://www.sgrid.com/SGM/modules.php...=print&sid=238


Any help would be greatly appreciated as I'd really like to get my hands on one
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Does anyone know where I can buy one of these from, I've searched the entire web with no luck I really want to get one

http://www.sgrid.com/SGM/modules.php...=print&sid=238


Any help would be greatly appreciated as I'd really like to get my hands on one
I found this one: http://rcmarket.com.hk/product_info....928824814d75c1

Oh but I see this is not the same thing
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I found this one: http://rcmarket.com.hk/product_info....928824814d75c1

Oh but I see this is not the same thing
Yer it's the clutch end gap not the spring tension, Brooklyn hobbies used to sell it but they don't seem to have it anymore
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I made my own:







Also with an extension to measure the gap:





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Yer I've made one too but I still want to buy a good one
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Exceed has one
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http://www.rc-mushroom.com/product_i...p-tool-p-28429

couple of time i forgot this is not facebook... by linking the URL or share
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I use the Mugen thickness gauge. Quick, easy, and it works every time!
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That is the gap meter, he wants the spring tension meter.

My build is very simple. A piece of brass pipe 10x8mm with a clamp. And a brass 8mm pin with on one side a 5mm hole and on the other side a M2.5 connection. All mounted on a dial
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Yer that exceed tool does the clutch end gap not tension
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Here is another one. I think it's that you are lookong for.

http://www.kd-racing.fr/-p-294.html

Don't hesitate to contact them.
I already bought some tools there for a c801 and orion .21 engines and i had good experiences with them.
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