MP-10 question

JustAnotherNanoTank

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Woah don’t run it!! I think that bucket you’re using is too thin. Those pumps have a minimum thickness that the motor and the propeller drive have to be apart.
 

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Didn’t know that I’ll trying on a tank


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You should be alright if it wasn’t for too long. You can usually put something between the mag drive and bucket like a piece of plastic or acrylic
 

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Holy sh*t! I don’t know what’s exactly wrong but seems like something is wrong with wet and dry side?
 
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Wow, looks to be in great shape. (sarcasm)

What a bummer. Its hard to say, as you may end up buying a new wetside, and the bearings are bad in the dry side. May not be worth it.... But if you get a new wetside you'd have a spare and its better than buying a new one.
 
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Wow, looks to be in great shape. (sarcasm)

What a bummer. Its hard to say, as you may end up buying a new wetside, and the bearings are bad in the dry side. May not be worth it.... But if you get a new wetside you'd have a spare and its better than buying a new one.
True, and if the dry side bearing are out then it will be a learning experience on how to switch that out.
Part of the hobby learn how to fix things.


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