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Old 11-23-2008, 03:44 PM   #1
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Well, I don't know how but I shreded the top gears(input gears??) on my jugg1 in the front. I am having some trouble finding replacements and i thought you guys might know where. Heck if you know the part number that would help a lot aswell
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Old 11-23-2008, 04:43 PM   #2
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Tamiya doesn't offer Jugg1 gears anymore because they are weak, it was the reason they made the Jugg2. First make sure you actually have Jugg1 gears as Tamiya sent out upgrade kits so Jugg1 owners could bring them up to Jugg2 standards.



If you indeed do have Jugg1 gears your only hope is to find a Jugg1 owner who upgraded and kept the old parts. Other than that you'll have either find a Jugg1-Jugg2 upgrade kit or piece together the parts yourself(gears, shafts, housings, and some special sized bearings). The only carry over part on the top gears is the drive gear that engages the diff.
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Old 11-23-2008, 06:00 PM   #3
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Tamiya doesn't offer Jugg1 gears anymore because they are weak, it was the reason they made the Jugg2. First make sure you actually have Jugg1 gears as Tamiya sent out upgrade kits so Jugg1 owners could bring them up to Jugg2 standards.



If you indeed do have Jugg1 gears your only hope is to find a Jugg1 owner who upgraded and kept the old parts. Other than that you'll have either find a Jugg1-Jugg2 upgrade kit or piece together the parts yourself(gears, shafts, housings, and some special sized bearings). The only carry over part on the top gears is the drive gear that engages the diff.
Damn, i know for sure its a jugg1 (oddly enough the axles were brand new when i bought them)
so i will need:
*new housings
*new top gears
*2 bearings
*2 screws
*shafts
right?
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