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HelicopterClassifieds - ElectronicsOther Sold  WTB Servo output shaft bracing balls to replace horn retaining screw
04-03-2005 10:09 PM  13 years agoPost 1
donlynn

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Gidday

I asked about a year ago for these but cannot locate .

Im trying to buy the double ball that replaces the servo horn retaing screws to suit both JR and Futaba to enable servo output shaft bracing.
I understand the threads of Jr and Futaba are different.


Thanks for you help
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04-04-2005 07:44 AM  13 years agoPost 2
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Some success, now Im after double links please
Gidday

Ok so I found these at miniature Aircraft

http://www.miniatureaircraftusa.com...l.asp?prod=0113

http://www.miniatureaircraftusa.com...asp?prod=0113-1

http://www.miniatureaircraftusa.com...l.asp?prod=0111

Ive sent off a email 'which one is which servo thread' to min air , now Im looking for a double link , anyone seen one ?
90- 120 degrees would be nice but 180 degree would do.

Thanks

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04-04-2005 07:28 PM  13 years agoPost 3
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I have used similar things on my Futaba servos. I drilled out the plastic output spline to accept a 3mm thread. This was an easy thing to do, and if you decide to use the servo without the brace, you can use a 3mm bolt to retain the wheel. If your output spline is metal, that is a different issue of course.

I think the 2.5 mm will be your best bet. Test it out on your servos before you buy by checking if a 2.5mm bolt threads in tight into the spline. The spline is threaded with a self tapping screw, not a bolt. If it ends up being loose, go to 3 mm and drill it out.

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04-05-2005 06:05 AM  13 years agoPost 4
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Gidday Stet

Thanks for your thoughts, I'd rather not drill into my 9252's all the same, as I much rather purchase the correct thread to start with.

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regards Don

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