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Old 10-11-2005, 03:51 PM   #436
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Old 10-11-2005, 08:44 PM   #437
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Sorry to be a pain in the butt. BUt how do I actually order brushes and motors from you if the website is no good? And as far as postage is concerned, I would prefer either USPS global priority or EMS (safe and trackable)

Let me know which way you would prefer and also payment method.
I would try and contact RC4Less . That's where I buy all my Putnam stuff. I am not sure if they ship overseas though. It's worth a try!
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Old 10-13-2005, 05:10 PM   #438
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Alberto: Left, (aka trailing edge) is the left side of the hood as you look into the hood...with the endbell facing up, pinion shaft facing down. We made it simple as left and right as these terms or more well-known world-wide than "leading edge" or "trailing edge." (Thanks Mo)

DirtyDog:RC4less, Lefthander, Stormer, etc; are all great mail order sources. If for any reason they can't help you, feel free to contact us at the shop...

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Old 10-13-2005, 07:42 PM   #439
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I just got a few sets of green and blue brushes. In the package it states green + and the blue on the -. All good right?? But then it goes on the say to increase rpm install the cut side on the brush towards the left side of the hood... This is my question which side is the left???? positive on the top or on the bottom

so are does the new putnam brushes already come with a trailing edge cut? 'cause mine still doesn't have cut on them.
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Old 10-13-2005, 10:46 PM   #440
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so are does the new putnam brushes already come with a trailing edge cut? 'cause mine still doesn't have cut on them.
according to the 2 packages i got at my hobby store, they are. TIMED SILVER LAYDOWN BRUSHES part #EFB-180. One green and one blue. They even come with the proper instructions, I just cant follow them right . Once again thanks for ya help guys!!!!!!
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Old 10-14-2005, 03:28 AM   #441
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according to the 2 packages i got at my hobby store, they are. TIMED SILVER LAYDOWN BRUSHES part #EFB-180. One green and one blue. They even come with the proper instructions, I just cant follow them right . Once again thanks for ya help guys!!!!!!

cool... now i have to manually trim the trailing edge of my brushes?

about how much should i trim them? thanks -jason
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.10 off each of the trailing edges start off their and mabe you want to put a small hole in the center
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Old 10-14-2005, 02:18 PM   #443
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highwayman:
-EFB-170: High Silver/Green Shunt Serrated Laydown Brushes
-EFB-140: Medium Silver/Blue Shunt Serrated Laydown Brushes
-EFB-180: Timed Silver Laydown Serrated Brushes...Polarized Brushes w/ Trailing Edges removed, (1) green shunt and (1) blue shunt, with instructions...

Look for more cuts and variations soon...
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are you going to have like multi pack. like 5 pairs of brushes in one package
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Old 10-14-2005, 08:49 PM   #445
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Thanks.

i'll definitely try those other brush combinations, thanks. BTW, would you recommend using comm drops like "tribo" on motors?
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ALberto: We offer bulk packs in 25,50 and 100 pair quantities.

Highwayman: We will soon be releasing our own comm drop, one that actually works .
Until then, you can use Zubak Speed Juice as a break-in drop. 3-4 drops in the back of each brush hood, and break in for 400 seconds at 2 volts w/ a fan.

I don't like Tribo for any use whatsoever.
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are you going to have like multi pack. like 5 pairs of brushes in one package


check www.rc4less.com he has 10 packs blus greens and x brush
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...just got off the phone w/ Zubak, and then re-read my earlier post. If it appears as if I was stating that Speed Juice didn't work, I wasn't. We have used it in the past with success, especially for break-in. I can see where his confusion came from...(poor wording) sorry Zubie!!!
Wait until you see what I have in store for the comm drop market... again, sorry Zubie!!!

Hope this clears things up...
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cool man can't wait. just keep one thing in mind your new drop must not be sensetive to skin.
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