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Tittzo - 1.08.13, 8:29 am Post #11: | Reply With Quote
RasmusQueZ said
Lol this should've been in a thread of it's own. Complete thread jack.

Lol my bad!
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FLBenz - 1.08.13, 8:31 am Post #12: | Reply With Quote
Its how we all learn!
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anthonyjlc - 1.08.13, 8:37 am Post #13: | Reply With Quote
Its called worm gearing, they use the same method of gearing in heavy duty drills, all i can say is i hope u have low gearing and a low kv or a high turn motor because they take alot of power to work efficiently, tons of heat issues
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anthonyjlc - 1.08.13, 8:38 am Post #14: | Reply With Quote
Would be great for me cause i trail run with my summit
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FouYucker - 1.09.13, 12:01 am Post #15: | Reply With Quote
Yes they would indeed work very well for you my friend.
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jdiwatts - 1.09.13, 5:07 am Post #16: | Reply With Quote
anthonyjlc said
Its called worm gearing...
The proper term is "Hypoid Gears"

The difference is that the ring can turn the pinion with a Hypoid Gearset.

The angles for a worm gear setup are much more steep. They look like a threaded bolt turning a nearly straight cut ring gear (teeth on outer edge). The pinion can drive the ring gear, but the ring gear cannot drive the pinion.
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anthonyjlc - 1.09.13, 8:06 am Post #17: | Reply With Quote
Thanks for educating me on that, i learned somethin new today
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angrytetsuo - 1.09.13, 9:06 am Post #18: | Reply With Quote
Tittzo said
I'm waiting on someone else to be a the test subject before I pay for these diffs!
if anyone sees them in stock anywhere I'll buy them!
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angrytetsuo - 1.09.13, 9:12 am Post #19: | Reply With Quote
jdiwatts said
The proper term is "Hypoid Gears"

The difference is that the ring can turn the pinion with a Hypoid Gearset.

The angles for a worm gear setup are much more steep. They look like a threaded bolt turning a nearly straight cut ring gear (teeth on outer edge). The pinion can drive the ring gear, but the ring gear cannot drive the pinion.
there are two types, hypoid and amboid http://transportation.centennialcoll...rangements.pdf

SPIRAL BEVEL is what they are
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jdiwatts - 1.09.13, 1:15 pm Post #20: | Reply With Quote
Lots of variations on the spiral bevel... cool.

Point was that these weren't worm gears .
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