Discussion in 'RC General & Getting Started' started by redheat, Nov 4, 2004.
So this is how you talkhttp://www.rcwebboard.com/forum/privateread.asp?id=8940, RED
leave my 12 yearold son alone you sick fuuck
Bipolar or what take your meds and go to bed, RED
ok the asnwer is NO you dont grind down brushes.that is somthing that you replace.that is the bottom line.when they wear down you replace them.such a simple concept and you have to argue with people about it like an idiot.and by the way you did make an as out of yourself in the process
nice how you twist it around.
no one cares
dont worry about it.
your bull#@$% is getting old
I deleted my other post because its pointless since u can't read/understand what people say. Im done with this thread because its not worth wasteing my time to someone who knows nothing about electrics... and still my question was not answered maybe some day when u learn u can answer it. Here it is again maybe go learn?
Why do they make brush cutters then? And red never said when the brushes were wore all the way down you just wanted to flame the topic out into a hole load of hogwash. Bye dude please go lean then maybe u can come back when u learn to behave.
no you dont cut them after they wear out you replace them with new ones.
you are one crazy kid lmao
no you dont cut them when they wear out.you replace them with new ones.
hello i was just wondering which one you were talking about.
very confusing tread.simple topic.im pretty sure brush cutters are for new brushes that are square slab and are used to create a curve on the brush to match the curve of the com with out having to go through the old break-in process useing the motor`s com with com drops...and runing the motor @4volts for 30 minutes to shape the brushes.thats what we used to do in the 1980`s and early 1990`s.the motors you buy these days have brushes already cut and serated and ready to rev!
just to clear up the confusion about cutting brushes.you dont cut old worn out ones.if they are worn out they are trash.
You need to go back and read what was said before posting , Brushess that are serrated can be cut , Break in is generally done in 2-3 min. with out a load or engaging the pinion and spur gear , RED
hey arent you are the guy who asked if you should cut brushes after they wear out?
thats kinda funny
can you explain what you are asking?do you mean after the old ones wearout do you cut the new ones?i really dont understand the confusion of a simple question wich was simply answered from the begining.
http://integy.automated-shops.com/c...7&p_catid=&sid=4wSJJh1FaHX330v-05105499988.84, You really need to start taking up reading , you wont look so stupid, RED
can you explain to me what you do with a grinding wheel?
can you explain anything?
can you explain why you asked this question and rejected the answer which was`no you dont cut them after they wear out.you replace them with new ones`.what part of that answer mad you so angry to insult the guy who tryed to help you?
well you prove my point you are not only stupid and have know knowledge of what you are talking about but a major pain in everones butt, You are a waste of my time . I would rather take the time to enjoy this fun hobby with my friends then go back and forth with someone such as yourself that is self centered and useless to this forum , Peace RED
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