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Old 12-30-2011, 05:00 PM   #41
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At a guess, and I am guessing, can't you simply undo the collet and move it inwards to push the tail gear into the motor pinion?
The collet isnt the problem here. (My thoughts)
I can push the entire shaft in, and the gear and the pinion will connect, but the problem is the other side, I can just glue the round plasticy thing (shown on two pictures), and that will probablly hold it in place, but is that safe?

Will I have problem with the thing if one day I decide to replace the tail blade?
Do I get a new shaft thingy, when I purchase new tail blade?

If so, I guess I can just glue the plastic ring thingy to the shaft, and it will work.
At least that is what I think.
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Old 12-30-2011, 05:01 PM   #42
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It could well be the bearing which is there to locate the rear reduction gear shaft.

Here's a link to the housing
http://www.heliguy.com/Electric-RC-H...rotor-housing/

The rear reduction gear bearing housing should be 20mm long. If yours is shorter by 2 or 3mm then it has lost the bearing and housing at that end. There is also a small push on rubber collar that presses on to that end of the shaft to stop the shaft floating out as in your pic. I guess both of these items could be repaired with cyano and a bit of care.
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Old 12-30-2011, 05:21 PM   #43
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It could well be the bearing which is there to locate the rear reduction gear shaft.

Here's a link to the housing
http://www.heliguy.com/Electric-RC-H...rotor-housing/

The rear reduction gear bearing housing should be 20mm long. If yours is shorter by 2 or 3mm then it has lost the bearing and housing at that end. There is also a small push on rubber collar that presses on to that end of the shaft to stop the shaft floating out as in your pic. I guess both of these items could be repaired with cyano and a bit of care.
I think the problem is the rubber collar, it fell kinda fell off, and now its loose after I pushed it back in.

What is "cyano"?

Also, IF I buy a new "Tail rotor housing", will the little rubber collar come with the package?
I am woundering this for the future

Thanks
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Old 12-30-2011, 05:29 PM   #44
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I think the problem is the rubber collar, it fell kinda fell off, and now its loose after I pushed it back in.

What is "cyano"?

Also, IF I buy a new "Tail rotor housing", will the little rubber collar come with the package?
I am woundering this for the future

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Sorry, it's superglue.

Take a look at this spare part - think it answers your question

http://www.heliguy.com/Electric-RC-H...28EK1-0217%29/
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Old 12-30-2011, 05:34 PM   #45
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Sorry, it's superglue.

Take a look at this spare part - think it answers your question

http://www.heliguy.com/Electric-RC-H...28EK1-0217%29/
Ooo! I'll glue it later on

And yupp, answered my question perfectly !
Thank you !

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Old 12-30-2011, 07:54 PM   #46
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Ah thanks! Didn't know that.
I knew about the [IMG] thingy, but in their original size their are something around 4928x3264, which would be too big. Though I'm not too sure if they would have turned automatically to thumbnails.

But thanks for the link, now I know where I can upload in this site ^_^

If you know any tips about my recent problem, please dont hesitate to tell me, much appreciated
There is an [IMG640] tag that automatically re-sizes images to 640x480
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