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Old Feb 10, 2012, 08:28 AM
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Modelair-Tech H-750 Belt Drive GB Used

I am selling a Modelair-Tech H-750 MKI Belt Drive gearbox with 3.6:1 and 3:1 ratios. This belt drive is no longer being manufactured but this unit is very high quality and practically new. It has been sitting in a bag in my closet for years in case I wanted a large electric airplane such as a Piper cub.

I decided to part with it in order to help fund a new project.

It is made for large 1.5" diameter and smaller motor that have a 25mm or 1" bolt spacing. I had run it with a Mega 22/30/3 brushless motor. Ultra quiet.

I have the manual for it as well.

I am asking for $40.00 shipped USPS Priority Mail ConUS

PM if interested.
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Item sold to FlyingW. Thanks RCG.
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