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Pulleys
#1
I found the pulleys I want, a 16t and 20t square pulley, but there is no indication (or I just don't understand) how to figure out if the pulleys will fit my car. Are there different sizes (Other that the turns)? Or any way I can tell which pulley fits my car? Or are the pulleys universal for all the cars?
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#2
there are a few things to look into. otherwise everthing is the same.

1. shaft size
2. grub screw or bar/e-clip
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(01-29-2013, 08:12 PM)robb41488 Wrote:  there are a few things to look into. otherwise everthing is the same.

1. shaft size
2. grub screw or bar/e-clip

Is there a way to look it up? This is the one I am looking at. Am I missing something? I have a TA06 but nowhere does it mention anything about those specs. I tried google but it just brings up other companies selling it.

http://banzaihobby.com/radio-control/rc-...pulley-20t
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#4
check this one out has a little more info on the pulley itself  http://http://www.rc-race-and-drift-japa...ts_id=1855
if ya can slide it you can drift it!!
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#5
you can tell a grub/screw and pin/clip setup apart very easily. the one you linked is a grub/screw setup. if im not mistaken you ta06 is a pin setup.

check out this site for more options. just search pulley. http://www.broadtech.hk/eagleshop/shop/ShopTop.aspx
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#6
yesterday I ordered 13T pullies from banzai and now I see they have a screw setup (link)
am I going to have trouble fitting them on this?
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#7
grind it like this (maybe a bit neater though) so the set screws have something to grip
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My original gearbox shafts, did the same to the new titanium shafts for my SSG chassis
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#8
Great!
Thanks
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#9
Good to know..
Thanks
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#10
The only thing to make sure of is if you have enough room for the added shaft area that the grub screw adds. I know on the 16-fm one of the layshafts does not have enough room for one or 2 and needs to reuse a pin setup
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