110 motor bearings repair

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    Hi guys having problems with one of the motor anyway took it apart to clean and lubricate. Did not stop it from being juddery. So checked the motor again and noticed the internal bearing is damaged beyond lubricant. So do the guy know where I can purchase some of these little fellas. Thank Alan. O and where I could purchase some of the motor shaft c-clips. TIA, Alan

     
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    Guys ???????
     
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    Bri can u help I have just replaced one of the motors . Soldered it to the esc and when I arm and power on the new motor stutters and it takes a hell of a lot of power before it spinns at the same speed as the other 3 . Could it be a bad solder ? . It seems fine to look at. I'm stumped
     
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    I think some people call it the reluctant spin
     
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    Could be a bad solder joint. Does it spin freely by hand?
     
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    Thanks bri for the reply. It was the esc I got a new one soldered it and it's fine .
    I'm trying to get a replacement off them . But we will see I'm not holding my breath. Thanks
     

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