Walkera rodeo 110 broken motor.

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    Hi guys I have 2 rodeo 110s. I purchased 1 second hand realised it was a bit ruff so got a brand new 1. Anyway one of the motors started to go on the second hand , slow and juddery. So tuck it apart cleaned it all put it back together and still juddery. So then noticed that the internal bearing is well stuffed. So my question is where (if anywhere) can i buy some of them tiny bearings. Please help , thanks in advance guys

     
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    Picture of said bearing. Pain in .... Cheers for looking. 20190107_004035.jpg
     

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    Thanks for the reply bri. I have a replacement motor and esc but wanted to fix the old one rather than using it for parts. Thanks again . O and I must say that the 110 is drifting off to the left as well as other 110
     
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    The 110 IMU is not in the flight controller its a seperate board that needs to be levelled. I have tried doing this via Cleanflight but it doesn't work. It's a mechanical adjustment.

    I still have not gotten a procedure documented that works 100% of the time.
     
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