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gsgraber92

Jeep AMC 4.0L I6 Engine & Transmission

by gsgraber92 Oct 16, 2019
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Nice work, thanks for sharing!

How does the servo get mounted to the chassis when using this? Couldn't tell from the photos.

With this.... www.thingiverse.com/thing:3927609

SCX10.2 Front Bumper Servo Mount

i have a weird question: will the transmission work mirrored so the output is on the opposite side? im using yota ii axles and the pumpkin is on the opposite side and the driveshaft hits the transmission.

Only if you mirror everything through the bell housing. That presents another problem though putting the starter on the other side. If you don't mind tackling design work. I use Onshape and the original files are available on there. You could copy and play with it. Tailor it to your needs.

thanks!i also use onshape so this should be pretty easy

hi again i have another question on the motor mounts there is only one side that works its the right side the left sits back too far do you have a update for that it needs a right and a left also i noticed that the motor sits real high on the frame my body wont go down to the stock slider gaurds please pm on my fb jeames klobetanz or dm me on my ig @white_knight_xj i would like to talk to you about this.

I think I mirrored my mounts so they should be the same on both sides. As far as the body I am using the Jeep Cherokee and my sits under the hood just fine. I am using my own designed fenders and bumper mounts so I could not tell you about fitment there. As I have told others the files are open to the public on Onshape if you would like to play with the files.

hi i have a question on the screws to assemble it what are the length of them and are they coarse thread or fine thread

I used (M3 x .5) metric hardware. I did not make notes of lengths but most are 6mm-10mm long with the exception of the transfer case which uses a couple 25mm I believe.

It’s in the notes but I did try to clarify a bit more. I used a Robinson 12T for the motor pinion and a 45T with a 5mm bore for the spur. I did use the set screw to help lock it in place on the flat part of the shaft. Then I backed it with a locknut.

is that the stock spur it looks smaller

I chose to locate my battery in the rear, because I use small Lipo packs and there is already so much weight in the front because of the motor and servo.

can you post a picture of it with all of the gears in it? i dont understand how the motor connects or where the spur goes

Hi gsgraber92 ,
really nice job.
Which transmission kit of an Axial SCX10.2 exactly have you use?
Can you please post a link here from the parts that are needed to complete this nice thing?

Thank you very much.

wow. i've been looking for just the motor for a while but i might print the whole thing. where are you putting the battery?

It is was designed to use the kit internals. It is only a single speed transmission. It was a personal venture that I decided to share. I never designed It with any intent on selling it or really even doing much beyond using it in my own truck. For me making parts is part of the model building side of the hobby I enjoy. It assembled well for me and runs smoothly. It was a several month design venture.

The kit or rtr transmission. Not sure if there really is a difference internally or not but is a viable question

does this center pretty well inside the frame rails? I want to print this but if its offset it would look odd. all this is assuming you run a stock battery mount up front too?

It is only a single speed. Yes I did use 1/4” elastic for the belt and the left over wire from my heater cartridge.

Nice design, will be printing one for my scx.2 shortly. Is that belt made from flat elastic band? And are those plug wires made from a hot end heating element harness?

Does this work with the two speed conversion or just the standard one speed?