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Feb 09, 2019, 06:57 PM
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Rc truck transmission w / marine mount


Here’s something very unique. This is a Tamiya 1/14 Rc truck transmission from a Mercedes tractor. It has a solid billet aluminum mount that will sit on the hull bottom of your scale boat. This transmission can be bolted in place of your original motor setup to give you 3 speeds that can be selected from your transmitter. An esc is still recommended to operate the motor. Be the first to show up at the pond site with this unique setup. The transmission has 3 speeds in reverse as well. The pictures shows a possible arrangement for your boat. A fairly big hull is recommended - mine was 42” long. The transmission is lightly used, but the transmission case is brand new. Only the item shown in the last picture is what you get. Nothing else is included. You would need a motor & a 10 tooth pinion gear, available from Tamiya. $75
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Feb 10, 2019, 05:41 PM
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That's very cool...


Howdy,

What is the gear reduction ratio with a 10 T pinion?

What is the rating of the motor in the pic, shaft diameter, etc?

Cheers,

Bill


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