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Old 05-30-2020, 07:19 AM   #1
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Default Use Armature bushing on new motor? Spline grease?

I have a new FSIP coming in the mail and am trying to get everything ready to go. Quick (potentially stupid) question though- I assume I still use the stock armature bushing in the new motor right? If so, I am probably going to order a new one to avoid having to take the motor off again soon to replace it. I know plumquick specifically says not to use one on their motors but not sure on FSIP.

Also, any grease preference for the axle splines that you guys recommend? Thanks!
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