Heavy Duty Final Gear Set 38T/13T - Fits HPI MT-2 And Wheely King

Brand: HPI

Part Number: HPI-86336

£37.04 Web Price RRP £38.99

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HPI now offers a Heavy-Duty Final Gear Set for the Nitro MT 2 line of 1/10th scale trucks. These are standard replacement parts for the powerful Nitro MT 2 18SS trucks, and can be installed on the standard Nitro MT 2 trucks for a significant increase in drivetrain strength and extended maintenance intervals. Precision machined from special heat treated steel, these heavy-duty gears are highly recommended for Nitro MT 2 owners who have upgraded to powerful engines and for extreme off-road driving conditions. The set includes one 38 tooth ring gear and one 13 tooth bevel gear, two sets are required for a complete upgrade to the Nitro MT 2 truck. Not recommended for the original Nitro RS4 MT due to fitment complications.

This part is also an upgrade for the Wheelie King transmission. To use this part on the Wheelie King you will also need the 87608 Universal Center Drive Shaft Set.

  • Brand: HPI
  • Part No: HPI-86336
  • Barcode: 4944258863368
  • Fitment: Option Part

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do you ship to canada
Asked by Herb Mcmann on 10th June 2020

We do yes

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

What are these heavy duty final gears made of compared to the stock HPI-A855 ones?
Asked by Matthew on 21st July 2020

They are hardened steel 

Answered by: Anthony @ Wheelspin Models

would these be able to handle a 3650-3500KV 540 Brushless motor fine?
Asked by Matthew on 23rd September 2020

Hard to say definitively - but yes that should be fine. They are certainly stronger than stock

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Would these be ok in the Nitro MT2 18SS+?
Asked by Matthew on 30th September 2020

I believe so

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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