Ha reminds me of a crazy local. Clipped a 4pnt a few days before hunting season opened, heavy brush guard on an old f150 so minimal damage but called for a tow anyway. Getting late, one headlight, etc. As state police were getting ready to leave with the tow truck he asks what will happen to the dead deer down in the ditch. Officer didn't have a good answer, not their job to clean up roadkill, etc. So this guy, out of the goodness of his heart, offers to come back with a quad and drag it further away from the road so coyotes etc don't move it into the road and cause an accident - all he asks is that the stater lets local folks know so they don't think he is taking a deer early if they see him out there. Officer is happy to not have to deal with it, our hero calls a couple friends from the shop - deer was in his freezer before anyone thought to question it
I tried... got a salvage tag and everything, but by the time I came back through 20 minutes later it was gone. Wich is weird and annoying because I see dead deer on the curb all the time, and of course someone decides to pick up mine.
frankentorque + 4s, so much ~instant torque the back bearing said no. Meshing started sounding funny but height was spot on, luckily no rash on the armature. Bushings now, should probably pick up a cheap CNC endbell/can lol
Yep, one of the legendary JG Blues with neos. You need to be careful buying these, there's a ferrite blue bell version that was common and the much rarer neo blue bell that everyone wanted. There's also a black bell version, farrite. Pretty sure all of them are 22tpa. neo mags have an odd shape to them, motors run really quiet for some reason. This one has a SHS collar on it w/ bearings, before that it was 100% identical to the ferrite motor. If you do not get a picture showing silver magnets, don't waste your $$