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Old 04-05-2009, 12:30 AM   #101
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Originally Posted by rezenclowd3 View Post
AMain, I disagree with your post above.

The issue at hand is the Mi4 motor mount holds the motor in via friction, as well as 2 screws clamping the motor mount to the bulkhead. In the conventional way, the motor can not rotate since 2 screws clamp the motor directly to the bulkhead are machined perpendicular to the torque vector.

What's your disagreement then? Are you talking about torque from the rotor and or armature? Last time i checked, that torque would be applied directly to the motor mount, being that it is milled to allow the motor can to rotate along a certain axis to be able to adjust gear mesh.

I don't get what you are neccesarily trying to point out.
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