175RC Ceramic "TrueSpin" Transmission Bearing Kit (6)

175RC
175-16001
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The 175RC Ceramic "TrueSpin" Transmission Bearing Kit contains all the necessary bearings required for most 3 gear transmissions. These bearings feature removable rubber shields that allow simple and easy maintenance. The "TrueSpin" bearing kit is lighter in weight and much smoother then the factory bearings. Get faster lap times, longer run times and more overall performance out of your model. 

NOTE: Oil lightly before use.

This product was added to our catalog on February 8, 2018

Shawn Weeks
Verified Owner
Saturday, Mar 24 2018 (9 months ago)
175RC Ceramic "TrueSpin" Transmission Bearing Kit (6)
Excellent bearing kit and top notch company is all i can say. They stand behind their products very well. Props to them
Bill Deras
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Aug 22 2018 (4 months ago)
175RC Ceramic "TrueSpin" Transmission Bearing Kit (6)
The bearing kit received came with metal dust covers on both sides; as opposed to having a rubber on one side. The 175RC P/N 16001 is correct. So, I will be returning them. Certainly not AMain's fault that 175RC packaged them up differently from what is stated in the description.
Sal
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Jun 19 2018 (6 months ago)
175RC Ceramic "TrueSpin" Transmission Bearing Kit (6)
Great item, works great no problem what so ever. Will buy again.
Joseph Oconnell
Verified Owner
Thursday, Sep 20 2018 (3 months ago)
175RC Ceramic "TrueSpin" Transmission Bearing Kit (6)
The picture shows serviceable bearings but they are sealed
Greg Seth-Hunter
Verified Owner
Sunday, Jun 17 2018 (6 months ago)
175RC Ceramic "TrueSpin" Transmission Bearing Kit (6)
Lasted 1 practice run and 3/4 of one qualifying heat. One of the bearings came apart causing the pinion shft to loose gear mesh and strip out the idler gear. I wouldn't recommend.