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Just wanted to let people know that there's now a new alternative transmission option out there for the King Cab and Monster Racer. It replaces the gull gearbox, diff and outdrives with a bulletproof RC10 Stealth gearbox / diff / outdrives (you source / supply this) and there is a kit including custom mounting plates etc that allow this to be a drop-in replacement. Pretty exciting stuff! I don't run my King Cab so I don't need it myself, but given the expensive alternatives to the weak KC transmission this seems like a great option for those who do. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Tamiya-nissan-king-cab-hi-lux-monster-racer-stealth-transmission-conversion-kit-/331934782225
Hi, I have this brad new Hilux 58028 3-speed transmission for sale. Make me an offer if you are interested. https://1drv.ms/f/s!Ank3lVSjNEmUgaxYYgFuV-6pcJSa2w You can reach me on email@example.com (I'm in Denmark) Cheers Martin
So my new Hornet is together and read for a run. However, the transmission foes not sound right. Something has to be rubbing. After inspecting it looks like to me that the "small bevel gears" are sliding up and down the their shafts and hitting the inside of the "differential spur gear". Everything test well but when you slap the motor on the transmission is definitely making a sound it shouldn't it does not have that characteristic Tamiya Hornet sound . I ordered all from eBay, is it possible I have the wrong gears? They look the same as my other hornet. Not it sure what's going on. Anyone experience to much play with the spur diff and bevel gears? Ek
Hi all, I've had this 3-speed transmission lying around for many years now. My best guess is that it's for the 50028 Hilux, but I'm not 100% sure. Hoping you experts can help me out I think I originally bought it for my Bruiser project, and later found out that it didn't exactly fit with a 750 motor So the question remains - is this the transmission for a Hilux, and what would you guys think it would sell for? Regards Martin