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RCM Universal Diff/Motor Mount & Neu 1527 - 04.23.2012, 06:08 PM

I'm wondering if the Universal Mount accepts the m4 motor screws the 1527 uses as well as fits the small lip around the shaft/ bearing on the front of the motor, the 1527 will not sit flush against the mount I intended to use on this project:
http://www.rc-monster.com/forum/showthread.php?t=31140

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04.23.2012, 07:14 PM

Yes on the bearing boss but no on the M4 screws - the universal mount is machined for m3 motor attachment screws. That said...I could make it compatible for m4 screws if I know in advance that it is needed. I will be doing a batch of these this week most likely. :-)

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04.23.2012, 07:29 PM

I don't think you'll get better service anywhere else. Get Mike's mount and you'll have a solid item that Mike backs up 100%.
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04.23.2012, 07:53 PM

A couple more questions;
1) in the picture in the store I don't see mounting threads/holes drilled on the feet of the mount, is this the way it is shipped?
2) if it does have mounting threads in the feet does the mount come with a template for drilling holes in the chassis to attach it?
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04.24.2012, 11:55 AM

Yes, the mount pieces are tapped m3 on the bottom for mounting and a drill template is available(distance of the two uprights may vary with the chosen diff, however).
   
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04.24.2012, 01:24 PM

Thanks Mike, I'll take one modified to accept the m4 mounting screws of the Neu 1527. :)
Should I just pay in the store or send payment another way?


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Yes, the mount pieces are tapped m3 on the bottom for mounting and a drill template is available(distance of the two uprights may vary with the chosen diff, however).
   
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04.24.2012, 02:02 PM

YOu can go ahead and order through the store - just leave a note regarding the M4 motor mounting screws and I will modify one for you. :-)
   
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04.24.2012, 02:34 PM

Order placed. Order # 10022884
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