This is probably the easiest gearbox mod I’ve ever done. Going swimmingly well n’ stuff.

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    • John Salt
      John Salt

      Why did you have to cut the case away

      about 3 months ago
    • John Salt
      John Salt In reply to John Salt

      @HobbyDaddy ok so if you do it without cutting the case youd have to move some of the gears around to gelt it to fit in

      about 3 months ago
    • HobbyDaddy
      HobbyDaddy In reply to John Salt

      Ah, I see. I guess you could do that but then you’d have to rewrite the inside to add another gear... but I think it could be done. It might be easiest to split the case like I’ve done, but you probably could jam another gear in there if you’re not afraid of a serious bit of figuring and work.

      about 3 months ago
    • John Salt
      John Salt In reply to John Salt

      @HobbyDaddy wat i meant was rather than cut a section of the gearbox away can you not just undo the casing as you have and put the extra gear in im struggling to understand the reason for cutting the case

      about 3 months ago
    • HobbyDaddy
      HobbyDaddy In reply to John Salt

      I guess, but I’m not sure I understand what you mean. You could just make an entirely new case, but then you’ll have to mesh each gear one by one. If you split the case where I did then you don’t have to mess with the gears in each side because they’re already in the perfect spot. The only thing to do after splitting the case is to add in another gear. Hope that makes sense.

      about 3 months ago
    • John Salt
      John Salt In reply to John Salt

      @HobbyDaddy so are you saying that you dont have to cut the casing away if you take the gears out to do it

      about 3 months ago
    • Ernste Lidén
      Ernste Lidén

      And be does it again😊
      You realy are the wiz with those gearboxes.
      Great job and video..
      As always i might ad.
      Thanx buddy👍

      about 5 months ago
    • HobbyDaddy
      HobbyDaddy In reply to Ernste Lidén

      The only really difficult part of this project was cutting the gearbox.  Has to be done carefully.  Otherwise, it's been pretty easy and straight forward.  Just setting the epoxy now and in a few minutes I'll do another vid and show the finished product. Thanks again bro.

      about 5 months ago
    • Hansaka Nakulugamage
      Hansaka Nakulugamage

      Sounds great.want to see the running video
      I agree with you. I also like these toys with low speed but more torque

      about 5 months ago
    • HobbyDaddy
      HobbyDaddy In reply to Hansaka Nakulugamage

      Yep, should be a big improvement for climbing power.  No cost!  Ha!

      about 5 months ago