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What other uses are there for pull-back motors?
Sets 42010 and 42011 feature a pull-back motor. They have a very high torque for a very small numbers of turns, they then free-wheel. I'm trying to find alternate usage for them. That is anything but ...
Dec 3 '13 at 13:46
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