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Broken Motor Axle

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Hi Everybody,

Has anybody had a broken axle? How did you fix it? 

i recently broke mine and do not really want to buy a new motor. 
 

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mine broke yesterday sad i had it for two years. upgraded to s2 today. get a new motor only way to fix it so far

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You could have the axel pushed out and install a new one vutbi do not know were to get one. If you know a machinenist maybe he can do it.

not a simple operation. The axel is hollow and has a spline pattern on the other shaft. 

I know @EUC Extreme made a new shaft for his EUC. he has a website with the detail to make it but again you need machinist equipment. 

Where are you guys located?

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6 hours ago, EUC Extreme said:

If you get a new shaft, the exchange is basically pretty easy. The only awkward thing is getting the old out, and the new one in place. It requires a crush.
It seems that Gotway is not willing to provide a mere shaft.
So the only option is to do that somewhere.

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But. If the shaft has torn from the beginning of the thread, it can be corrected by another means. And it's better than the original attachment. No nuts are needed at all.

 

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At the same time, you can easily raise the pedal height.

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Small holes are drilled in the axle. The locking screws go to them.
With this system, the shaft will never loose again.

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@tusk123 @natethegreat Did you see this info. Hope it helps but you will have to make some parts. Maybe you can find a "Maker Space" near your town.

 I am sure they would love to make the parts for you and maybe even come up with a better design or different way to do it.

Let us know ones you determine how you fixed it.

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Thanks will definitely checkout my local area and see if i can get this done i live in nyc  has have someplace to do it.

if it works i will have two euc

 

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Or buy a new motor with the hub and wires already on it. If you are paying shop time for labor you'll be way ahead with a new motor. Just make sure that the motor is compatible with the existing board. The replacement motor they sent was not compatible with my one year old board so I had to replace both board and motor. 

 

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