I’m not sure if this is the right place for this question, but I’m wondering if anybody has suggestions for a drivetrain for a higher-torque agricultural rover (skid-steer, ~2000W total power, 2 mph/3 kph travel speed). To get used to the Ardupilot, I built a much smaller rover, but am realizing scaling up the power is going to be a challenge. My first thought was to use two Flipsky 5065 motors (270KV, 80A per motor), but I’m having a hard time finding a gearbox that is compatible with the high torque from the motor (4Nm out of the motor) that would help me go from ~3200 rpm at the motor to ~26 rpm for the wheel. Any thoughts? Should I try to move away from electric motors and try to find a suitable hydraulic motor instead?
Thanks in advance,