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    Bet you have never tried this..

    Ok, so I have a pile of titan motors that have failed over the past few years.


    Well some was failed brushes, some were failed bearing on the output side. Well that got me to thinking..






    Chop, cut and rebuild. It works! Should be fine for a back up motor. It takes a few to build one, but they were just paper weights anyway...

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    Backup parts are never a bad idea....ever.you know how that goes,as soon as you buy a backup part you never break that one again.lol


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    Wow, that's creative! Nice job!
    Sl2sh Slayer Summit Sl4sh Teton/Rally T-Maxx Pnde

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    Smart thinking! Nice work mate!
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    I always save them, same with servos. you never know and Im a tinkerer too.
    To SUMMIT up, its my coolest RC.

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    This is pretty cool. So, how did you rebuild them? Did you have to buy replacement parts etc...? I noticed that you put a dab of weld to put things back together. What did you use for that? I ask, because I'm a novice

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