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Michael Gilligan14/12/2019 08:32:51
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Have you worked out exactly what they mean by the description, Hopper ?

I’m guessing that the 50mm is the outside diameter of the wheel.

...and that they are playing safe with the tolerance[!]

MichaelG.

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Easy to clean and store
Tooth Profile: Ram Gear
Shape: Worm
Processing: Precision Casting
Model Number: 1M 90T
colour: gold+silver
Material:stainless steel
size:50mm
Package Contents:
2 x Worm gear
Only the above package content, other products are not included.
Note: Light shooting and different displays may cause the color of the item in the picture a little different from the real thing. The measurement allowed error is +/- 1-3cm.

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Hopper14/12/2019 13:38:41
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Translating the Chinglish can be a challenge. I think 50mm is the ID, the hole in the middle. Because a 90T Mod 1 gear (assuming that 1M in the description means Module 1) would be 92mm. So could be a bit large. But found this other one that is module .8 that is 72mm OD that would fit the space better LINK

Getting more exy at $50 but probably plenty more to chose from with a bit of searching around.

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