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UberScoot Evo 2 Speed Gearbox Assembly (2x)
UberScoot/Evo 2 Speed Gearbox Assembly (2x)
UberScoot Evo 2 Speed Gearbox Assembly (2x)


 
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UberScoot/Evo 2 Speed Gearbox Assembly (2x)


This is the complete Evo 2x/50x 2 speed gearbox. Includes all parts in picture.
Average Rating: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

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Awesome service!! May 3, 2016
Reviewer: David Vachon from Poland, ME United States  
I purchased a two speed transmission  For my Evo 50 2x  for a very reasonable price . Shipping company lost my package  and said it was damaged .  These guys did everything they possibly could to find the package and get it shipped as soon as possible . They told me if it was damaged that they would pay to have it sent back and fixed at no  expense to me. Great to work with !! I will continue to do my business with them. I could go on about how impressed with this company I am. Customer service is where it all starts and these guys have me hooked. I won't do business with anybody else

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Better quality than stock transmission February 22, 2016
Reviewer: Uberscoot 2x owner from portland, OR United States  
I ordered this transmission to replace the stock unit on my Uberscoot 2x. When I first inspected it after receiving in the mail, I noticed that it uses sealed bearings instead of metal shielded bearings like the transmission that came on my scooter. Also noticed a small chunk missing out of the 1st gear belt. After I installed it, one of the two carrier bearings for the clutch bell inside of the plate that joins the engine and transmission together, blew out within 5 miles and made a mess of grease, smoke, and sparks! Luckily I was able to simply replace the whole top shaft of the transmission using my old one, which really was not a big deal, and I wasn't compelled to complain or send it back over one little bearing, as I was more in need of the lower shaft assembly when I bought it. Now it works like a brand new transmission still, after at least 50 miles of city riding, which requires me to shift up and down frequently. It shifts hard and solid every time.

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