Have a look at the gears inside, and I was surprised to see that they were straight cut. Gears straight cut pinion as well, but maybe this is an upgrade that Capo has coming right like different upgrades that will be available. I noticed there was some grease in here, and I know a lot of you guys that are more experienced will tell me that what I'm about to do might be wrong, but I'm gon na go ahead and take here's, some cow Arcee utter butter. This is basically waterproof, grease I've been using this product for a long time and I'm. You know normally, you wouldn't see me doing this unless I was using this axle and I'm just gon na fill up that space, because it's summertime I'm gon na have a lot of heat going on and you guys would be like what are you doing if it Was winter I would not be filling up this space, but if there's grease in there, like this I'm gon na keep out a lot of mud plus I'm. Also gon na have my bearings more protected against any kind of water or splashes and in the winter. I would be cleaning all this out because for me it would get cold and quite thick in there. You don't want any kind of binding issues, so I'm gon na go ahead. Put my cover back on and basically do it up and get back to work. So smooth Music, Music, Music, Music, Music, Music, Music, Music, Music, Music, Music, all righty, my friends that's, where I'm going to leave it today.
Ah, I know we're all excited to see this Jeep out rolling around being an all metal Jeep. I am having a great time putting it together, got inside and got that interior done, love the lit up. Dashboard love the fact that we've got a steering wheel on a servo. The interior seats are awesome, they're very thick and feels like quality and everything is going together perfectly. All the holes are lining up. I haven't stripped out any of these stainless steel screws. Yet I shouldn't have said that, because that can jinx a process, of course, but overall guys I am super stoked. Thank you so much for joining me today. I am having a good time taking my time, putting my build together, making sure to do it right using as much Loctite as needed and we're just going to continue on in the next episode. So please smash that like button, if you're loving this project show me it. Let me know in the comments section down below blow that section up and we will see you in the next episode of rcadventures now get outside and have some fun with our seat.