1. Buy a futaba servo
2. Remove the case
3. Using a fine tipped iron heat each of the servo leads and remove them
4. Cut the leads to your desired length.
5. Re-solder the leads to the board
6. Replace case.
7. Sell other servo
I say buy a futaba because they position their leads right at the edge of the circuit board all in a neat well spaced row, as opposed to airtronics where they are buried in caps and diodes and such all over the board.
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