RC18T dirt shield
|Stones and other debris can enter through the opening in the chassis under the motor and get caught between the gears. To prevent this from happening, cut a 35x46mm piece of scrap Lexan and lay it under the motor. The motor will keep the Lexan in place, so there’s no need to glue it, and it will protect the gears from the elements.|
PARDON THE INTERRUPTION
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