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Jay Johnson <tallyjay-at-bigbangrobotics.com>
RE: PowerWheel gearmotors?
Fri, 9 Jul 2004 13:01:58 -0700 (PDT)
Thanks Steve for that clarifying terminology. Alas,
even in spite of our warnings someone from the small
but highly offensive rctank community has already been
beguiled by the allure of these highly collectible
KCMs, so I now have only 12 left...
--- Steve Tyng <stevet-at-stcharlesmd.com> wrote:
> The KCM's tallyjay is offering are the same ones
> that were used in the GOER supply vehicle.
> Steve Tyng
> > Subject: PowerWheel gearmotors?
> > ***SURGEON GENERL'S WARNING*** - The following
> > could be construed as a commercial solicitation.
> > Exposure to said message may cause an
> > urge to exchange small amounts of legal tender for
> > shiny trinkets composed of bits of plastic and
> > If you, or someone you love, have a history of
> > susceptibility to such messages (as evidenced by
> > random piles of such trinkets already strewn
> > throughout your garage) please avert your eyes.
> > ******************************
> > If anyone needs PowerWheel gearmotors for a tank
> > project I have a box full of new ones I'd like to
> > out of the garage (remnants from a robot project):
> > Part # 74440-0640
> > 12 volt
> > This is the motor and gearbox combo for the "Jeep
> > Wrangler" model. I have a big box of 14 of these
> > really want to make you a deal on any or all of
> > These are new units, many with the official
> > Price" tape still intact. List price at
> > www.kidswheels.com is $29.95, which is
> > high in my opinion.
> > My Asking Price: $10 each +s/h
> > Make me an offer on multiples. If you want them
> > I'll make you a GREAT DEAL...
> > The output is a rather odd white plastic slotted
> > so make sure you know what you are buying and are
> > comfortable fabricating something suitable to mate
> > a wheel!
> > Photo available at:
> > Thanks,
> > tallyjay