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Old Dec 05, 2012, 07:38 PM
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If you can get the shaft out without much trouble, just grind
(or file) a tiny flat spot on the shaft for the grub screw to
rest in.

That is how the majority of pinions mount on 1/10 scale
electric cars.

Careful if you use a Dremel to do this, I cut halfway through
the shaft in about zero seconds and had to replace it.

I guess the best way is to break out the tiny drill bits, and send
a screw right through the shaft, and thread it into the other
side of the hub.
(as long as the shaft is not hardened steel)
The main gear on my Double Horse 9116 mounts that way.
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