Need a great drive solution or a pop of color for your little robotic friends? This TT Motor Paddle Wheel Pack offers 3 fun, candy-colored wheels with a press-fit design to make connecting super quick and easy. While they seem to be designed for some sort of water-wheel configuration, we like them because they fit securely on TT motor axles and provide a ton of simple attachment points. Use hot glue, strong tape, or zip ties to attach whatever you wish.
They’re not good for robot rover wheels, they’re a little too thin for that. We do have some TT motor wheels if you need: check out the Thin White Wheel or the Skinny Wheel.
Note: These paddle wheels are only for use with ‘TT’ Gearbox DC motors and colors may vary!
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