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Post  garza2014 on Sun Oct 11, 2015 9:59 am

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Re: Cox Stocker 0.49 / Indy Car / Nissan GTP

Post  robot797 on Sun Oct 11, 2015 10:08 am

oh wow

that looks so nice
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Re: Cox Stocker 0.49 / Indy Car / Nissan GTP

Post  OVERLORD on Sun Oct 11, 2015 3:23 pm

Alejo, good to see you found the parts you were looking for, not to mention the other stuff. That differential is well thought off!!
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Post  garza2014 on Thu Oct 15, 2015 5:03 pm

New killer bee backplate, after a good cleaning:

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Post  garza2014 on Fri Oct 16, 2015 10:18 am

Last bag:

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Post  garza2014 on Fri Nov 06, 2015 8:38 pm

With the new parts installed:

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Re: Cox Stocker 0.49 / Indy Car / Nissan GTP

Post  getback on Sat Nov 07, 2015 7:58 am

Well that looks just plain damn mean (NICE) if you run it video please Small Cox Logo getback
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Re: Cox Stocker 0.49 / Indy Car / Nissan GTP

Post  OVERLORD on Mon May 30, 2016 8:23 am

garza2014 wrote:An update, Overlord thanks for the recommendation but the user who purchased the GTP 21 pieces says he already put them on his model, Thanks happydad I found on eBay a seller who sold me the parts and I'm waiting for them, for the moment finally back on track (epoxy fixed)

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To replace the steering blocks Cox nr GTP 21, I think following parts can be used:

Team Associated: 3211
Bolink: 5214








I haven't tried this myself but these parts look the same and are also destined for 1/12 cars. The front bit probably needs to be cut off. I have the Associated steering blocks and the king pins and stub axle holes are 1/8" diameter.

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WOW! Blast from the past!

Post  Myzee on Tue Nov 01, 2016 7:30 pm

Somehow I missed this thread!
I have the Indy version....bought it YEARS ago. The body eventually got busted up so i had to ditch it but my younger brother had some old non r/c car with a plastic body that fit perfect so I scooped it. LOL
Oh man, I miss this car....mine is totally disassembled. I took it all apart and cleaned everything when the main drive gear stripped (the one on the rear wheel) It's been sitting all apart in bag for years and I LITERALLY just set it on a shelf tonight, thinking maybe I'll put it back together.
It's been apart all these years because I can't find the parts I need for it. It was a great running car in it's day, and quite fast for an .049 powered car.
Mine has the Maples throttle and it worked awesome.

Well, if the parts are out there, it sure would be cool to get this thing back together again Smile
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Re: Cox Stocker 0.49 / Indy Car / Nissan GTP

Post  happydad on Tue Nov 01, 2016 10:43 pm

Myzee wrote:Somehow I missed this thread!
I have the Indy version....bought it YEARS ago. The body eventually got busted up so i had to ditch it but my younger brother had some old non r/c car with a plastic body that fit perfect so I scooped it. LOL
Oh man, I miss this car....mine is totally disassembled. I took it all apart and cleaned everything when the main drive gear stripped (the one on the rear wheel) It's been sitting all apart in  bag for years and I LITERALLY just set it on a shelf tonight, thinking maybe I'll put it back together.
It's been apart all these years because I can't find the parts I need for it. It was a great running car in it's day, and quite fast for an .049 powered car.
Mine has the Maples throttle and it worked awesome.

Well, if the parts are out there, it sure would be cool to get this thing back together again Smile

Check seller gascarman on eBay. He should have most of the parts. If not get back to me.

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Post  Myzee on Wed Nov 02, 2016 7:20 am

Found him. Excellent thanks for that tip! Very Happy
He has the part I need, will be pricey by the time I actually receive it, but well worth it to resurrect this old girl! Very Happy
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Re: Cox Stocker 0.49 / Indy Car / Nissan GTP

Post  happydad on Wed Nov 02, 2016 1:52 pm

Myzee wrote:Found him. Excellent thanks for that tip! Very Happy
He has the part I need, will be pricey by the time I actually receive it, but well worth it to resurrect this old girl! Very Happy

where are you located??

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Post  Myzee on Wed Nov 02, 2016 2:40 pm

I am in Ontario, Canada.
I ordered the gear set, you dont wanna know how much it came to...eek Sad
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Post  happydad on Wed Nov 02, 2016 10:09 pm

Myzee wrote:I am in Ontario, Canada.
I ordered the gear set, you dont wanna know how much it came to...eek Sad

I wish you would have posted before ordering. I could have helped.
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Post  Myzee on Sun Nov 06, 2016 7:08 pm

Well.....yeah me too Sad But I think you can still help me! Smile
But with that said.......I finally pulled it out of the bag its been in for years. I need more parts. ugh!
-The clutch drum-sprocket is worn way down(hence stripping the main gear)
- The bevelled gear that is on the axle to drive the differential needs replacing
- could use a new glow head

Do you have these parts by chance? I'm now on a quest to rebuild this sucker!
Thanks man!
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I'll look into the parts

Post  happydad on Sun Nov 06, 2016 7:15 pm

Myzee wrote:Well.....yeah me too Sad But I think you can still help me! Smile
But with that said.......I finally pulled it out of the bag its been in for years. I need more parts. ugh!
-The clutch drum-sprocket is worn way down(hence stripping the main gear)
- The bevelled gear that is on the axle to drive the differential needs replacing
- could use a new glow head

Do you have these parts by chance? I'm now on a quest to rebuild this sucker!
Thanks man!
Myles

I will look into my spare parts and get back to you. I do have to unfinned glow head and the bevelled gear for the differential, but i don't think i have a clutch assembly.
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Post  Myzee on Sun Nov 06, 2016 7:47 pm

Excellent, thanks my friend!
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Post  happydad on Sun Nov 06, 2016 8:37 pm

Myzee wrote:Excellent, thanks my friend!
I have the solid glow head and a spare gear. The gear is new, but removed from unused assemblies, so it is yellow. I don't have a spare clutch box-gear and it is available for about $15.00 plus shipping. I haven't checked the coxengine.ca guys or their warehouse guys cocolocotrading or something close. When i searched ebay for the clutch box-gear, gtp-03, gascarman was the only seller showing up.
I will search more.  


This is the gear for the axle to the differential.


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Cox Kyosho GTP-03 clutch assy needed

Post  happydad on Sun Nov 06, 2016 10:00 pm

happydad wrote:
Myzee wrote:Excellent, thanks my friend!
I have the solid glow head and a spare gear. The gear is new, but removed from unused assemblies, so it is yellow. I don't have a spare clutch box-gear and it is available for about $15.00 plus shipping. I haven't checked the coxengine.ca guys or their warehouse guys cocolocotrading or something close. When i searched ebay for the clutch box-gear, gtp-03, gascarman was the only seller showing up.
I will search more.  


This is the gear for the axle to the differential.


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If anyone is able to help locate an nexpensive new or used GTP-03 clutch box-gear for Myzee please contact him or me. I was able to find the other parts he needs. He is located in Canada and some online sellers want to charge excessive shipping costs to ship the small lightweight items to him. I am trying to help another Cox car guy.
   Any help appreciated. The best price I could find for a new gtp-03 was $15.00 plus $4.00 shipping to the U.S. I think shipping to Canada should be about $7 -9.
    Myzee PM me your address so I can look into shipping costs.

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Re: Cox Stocker 0.49 / Indy Car / Nissan GTP

Post  OVERLORD on Mon Nov 07, 2016 3:01 am

GTP 03 is part 26 in the drawing.



I don't know if a Jerobee clutch housing would work. The shoes are definitely the same, I don't know about the clutch shaft diameter or the drive gear (nr teath and diameter)

This one is now for sale on eBay:

http://www.ebay.fr/itm/Vintage-Jerobee-Gear-assy-10-T-1131-/291848878595?hash=item43f38c7a03:g:fUEAAOSwKfVXLXHZ
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Post  Myzee on Mon Nov 07, 2016 7:19 am

I may sound stupid here, but this looks like the part I need correct?
It says GTP-03 but on the drawing above it's different.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-Vintage-49-gas-power-Cox-GTP-03-Cluch-Drum-Pinion-/152061012228?hash=item23678ae904:g:J58AAOxy3zNShDrq
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Post  OVERLORD on Mon Nov 07, 2016 8:00 am

Myzee wrote:I may sound stupid here, but this looks like the part I need correct?
It says GTP-03 but on the drawing above it's different.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-Vintage-49-gas-power-Cox-GTP-03-Cluch-Drum-Pinion-/152061012228?hash=item23678ae904:g:J58AAOxy3zNShDrq

That looks like the part you need.

For drawings and instructions of the GTP Nissan, click on the link "instruction sheets" on the left side bar.
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