voicecoils wrote:Knuckles wrote:F-N-A!
I need a "you so crazy factor" on a scale of 1 - 10
johnrobholmes wrote:I am leaning to using the delrin first to see if it works. I bet it would hold up much better than the stock nylon and still be very quiet.
dazzassj6 wrote:i cant wait until knuckle comes back with the test results lol will it work?!
if it does work, maybe knuckles can stock a few of these for all of us hehe.
maybe bafang would start supplying them too if this works.
i totally agree with kurt, im worried knuckles might wear the post out.
johnrobholmes wrote:Blam Ba Lam! Just got an email from a company that will make 10ft of spur stock for me (200ish gears), but only in steel. 8-9 week lead time, and totally worth it. Gonna go for this one! I will probably have to get another company to part and bore each one.
voicecoils wrote:Turn peanut butter to vegemite
One small tub of vegemite posted worldwide to the first person who send me 3 metal gears, pressed w/ bearings to solve my peanut butter problem
HornetB wrote:Just one of those Aussie things, not fully appreciated by the rest of the world LOL!
Miles wrote:HornetB wrote:Just one of those Aussie things, not fully appreciated by the rest of the world LOL!
Ahem... In the UK we have Marmite - a superior product that pre-dates the Aussie rip-off....
Kurt wrote:I am just thinking that perhaps the speed that the gears will be turning/meshing together at 72v will give you to much friction and the gears will fail again. Are you sure its the torque that is making them fail ?
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