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    Pinion Gear Slip

    My pinion on my ERB will not stay on the shaft. I've gone through 4 spur gears because it will slip up and strip all the teeth off of it. I've tried red superglue on it, still slipped. Is the pinion messed up??
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    does the grub srcew come out of pinon?

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    Nope. Idk whats wrong, I haven't drove it in like a month cause I can't fix it.
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    you might just need to get a new pinion maybe

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    Yeah, that's probably what I'm going to do.
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    a pinions the cheapest way to go and i usually carry about three when i run my car

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    Don't forget,before you install the new pinion take and clean the grub screw with rubbing alcohol then let it dry. Apply some blue locktite. Install pinion and tighten grub screw. Don't drive RC for 24 hours. This is to let the thread lock dry! Good luck and be patient!


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    Quote Originally Posted by dirty don View Post
    Don't forget,before you install the new pinion take and clean the grub screw with rubbing alcohol then let it dry. Apply some blue locktite. Install pinion and tighten grub screw. Don't drive RC for 24 hours. This is to let the thread lock dry! Good luck and be patient!


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    loctite only takes about 5 mins to dry
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    Quote Originally Posted by traxxaslova View Post
    loctite only takes about 5 mins to dry
    it takes 5 miuntes to be dry to the touch. but 24hours is the best way to go so it will be as hard as it can.
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