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Tumbler assembly

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  • 1. You may be getting the parts you need from storage bins or by unpacking a new protobotkit. Familiarize yourself with the parts – name, codes, sizes before beginning to build
  • 2. Use a team tray to keep parts organized. This will save you lots of time in all future buildand break downs.
  • 3. New motors do not require clutches but use shaftcouplers instead. Don’t forget to use stainless steelscrews (not the black ones) to mount motors.
  • 4. This is a repeat of the previous steps to build a mirror image of the right side you just completed.
  • 5. The nut starter tool is especially useful during thispart of the assembly
  • 6. Now add the battery, cortex and connect themotors. Remember, motor controllers are alsorequired.

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