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Old 11-02-2005, 08:13 PM   #1
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HPI Savage heavy duty Steel Spur Gear Sets

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Steel Spur Gear Sets


HPI Racing is proud to introduce this new line of heavy duty Steel Spur Gear Sets for the Savage line of monster trucks. These steel gears are precision machined to HPI factory dimensions and hardened for the ultimate in strength, long life and maximum durability. To keep the weight down, these steel gears are thinner than the stock plastic spur gear, and the center steel section is removed and replaced with a light weight purple anodized aluminum inner Spur Gear Hub. Available in 47T, 49T and 52T sizes for a wide variety of gear ratios. These will be extremely popular upgrade gears for Savage racers, especially for high horsepower applications.

IMPORTANT: Due to the extreme strength of these gears it is necessary that Savage owners upgrade their Clutch Bell to one of our newly released Savage Racing Clutch Bells (#77103-77110). Standard clutch bells will wear out very quickly with these gears.

The convenient set comes with a Steel Spur Gear, Spur Gear Hub, Slipper Clutch Pad, threadlock and installation hardware. Savage Racing Clutchbell not included.

#86806 Steel Spur Gear Set 47T
#86807 Steel Spur Gear Set 49T
#86808 Steel Spur Gear Set 52T
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Old 11-03-2005, 10:11 AM   #2
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You should just work for HPI.. lol..

Those look nice....
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hmm I am trading for a savage with colari 30 today. this looks like the ticket
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The problem is that you must make sure that you RED Loctite the 6 - 3MM screws. If you don't, you will shake those little screws out even with the stock engine. I should know, I have the Golden Horizon version of it. I even had to RED Loctite around and cover part of the screw head just to keep it in place and I still lost 1 of the 6 screws. Hence I got rid of it.
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yeah two of my screws fell out too, even after the red loctite, and eventually the spur bent and became wobbly. it still works, but looks like a bent bike wheel when spinning. im just too cheap to spend $30 on a new one
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now this is what a review should be, not just a copied and pasted advertisement. thanks for the candid and honest answers, that's what people need. you can read an add in a magazine
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