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HelicopterAlignT-REX 700N › Quick UK Servo Wheel for TRex600/700 - which one?
11-18-2009 09:08 PM  8 years agoPost 1
Malc1

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Regarding the QUK metal servo wheel that is specifically sold for the TRex 700 and 600 (part number: TXC-08)

Anyone have the hole spacings?
Are they different to the 28mm wheel that they sell (H1080) that have 7.5mm,9mm,10.5mm and 12mm spacings?

I am looking to swap my Align plastic wheels to reduce the throw for a flybarless setup.

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11-18-2009 09:41 PM  8 years agoPost 2
Heli 770

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The Quick UK Align wheel has only one distance for the ball, 15mm.

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11-18-2009 09:55 PM  8 years agoPost 3
jongurley

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I have heard the heavy duty JR arms have a 10 mm hole,, does anyone know anything about this,, and I will be using the Align 610 servos and what spline do they have ,do they take futaba , jr or what arms do they take,,

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11-18-2009 09:55 PM  8 years agoPost 4
phillips942

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They are very nice just know than when you crash its not the servo wheel that's gonna strip its gonna be your expensive servo (gears).

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11-18-2009 10:03 PM  8 years agoPost 5
Malc1

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Yeah I had thought about that issue with stripping gears.

My last two crashes had led to the Align disc splines being stripped and the servos getting away with it.

JR DS8717`s as well so probably not cheap to replace the gears.

What else can be used to get the required reduction?

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11-18-2009 10:07 PM  8 years agoPost 6
Heli 770

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Drill new mounting holes for the balls on the Align wheel.

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11-19-2009 12:22 AM  8 years agoPost 7
Heli Davey

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springfield,mass

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and I will be using the Align 610 servos and what spline do they have ,do they take futaba , jr or what arms do they take,,

They use futaba arms!!!

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11-19-2009 08:49 PM  8 years agoPost 8
Tuan Tran

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Houston

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How could you tell the crash was caused by stripping servo arm? I noticed on every crash there are a least two servo arms stripped.

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11-19-2009 09:05 PM  8 years agoPost 9
nickwap

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and I will be using the Align 610 servos and what spline do they have ,do they take futaba , jr or what arms do they take,,
I find that the arms (discs in fact) that come with the Align servos are fine, so I use the Align arms -
I would not put metal arms, only bling and wreck the gears in an upgrade opportunity

Just my thoughts

Nick

"Give me another one, this one's broke!"

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11-19-2009 10:04 PM  8 years agoPost 10
Chickenrun

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TRex600/700 - which one
NONE ...

Useless servo destroying bling, just use the Align disc's or anything plastic

Cheers

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11-20-2009 06:59 AM  8 years agoPost 11
ball link

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Tenn.

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and I will be using the Align 610 servos and what spline do they have ,do they take futaba , jr or what arms do they take
i have the 610's on mine and i use the futaba Quick UK wheels, there a little tight getting on only because the paint inside the spline isn't worn off, works great.

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11-22-2009 04:23 AM  8 years agoPost 12
Fastsrt

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Lebanon, Tn

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How could you tell the crash was caused by stripping servo arm? I noticed on every crash there are a least two servo arms stripped.
I doubt very seriously that the crash is/was caused by a stripped servo arm. It is the other way around, the crash causes the servo wheel/arm to strip on the servo gear, that is reffering to metal gear servos. That is a plus to keep the servo gears in great shape. The Align plastic wheels will strip in a second from a dirt nap which makes it a nice simple quick repair and they are cheap too. I only know 'cause I have been thru a few myself.

ball link is correct, the Align servos are a Futaba spline

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11-22-2009 06:52 AM  8 years agoPost 13
jaseyb

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If you read his post properly it says that the crashes LED to the discs being stripped! Not that they stripped and caused the crashes

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11-22-2009 05:57 PM  7 years agoPost 14
baddynergy

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sierra madre, ca-​usa

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Anyone have the hole spacings?
Are they different to the 28mm wheel that they sell (H1080) that have 7.5mm,9mm,10.5mm and 12mm spacings?

I am looking to swap my Align plastic wheels to reduce the throw for a flybarless setup.
Thats not how you want to reduce throw with FBL. All you will be doing is creating a bind point because your linkage is not parallel. Throw is reduced within the FBL unit. Typically in FBL you want as much throw as possible and use the cyclic gain to control roll and flip rate.

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