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Old 07-03-2009, 01:58 PM   #1
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Default What's the difference between these two servo arms?

LOSA99033 - Team Losi Aluminum Servo Arm (Hitec)

LOSA4443 - Team Losi Aluminum Servo Saver Arm (2.0)

Are they both replacements for the standard servo arm?
Is the second one just a replacement to the first one or is it a complement to it?

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The first one mounts on your servo. The second is the top part of the servo saver assembly. Two different parts. I run both on mine for durability.
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The second one is a servo saver top, NOT a servo arm. The first one replaces the stock plastic servo horn. Make sure you get the correct tooth spline for your servo. The one you linked is for hitec servos only.
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Thanks for the responses. So to use the servo saver arm, do I need other pieces to go with it? If so what else would I need?

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You need both parts. One mounts on top of the servo and the other is part of the steer assembly. Look at the parts explosion in your owners manual or on teamlosi.com
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You dont "need" both parts but both are good to have. You do not need anything else besides these. They replace plastic parts already on the vehicle. Both are for durability.
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Replace them with the alum parts and prevent the dreaded DNF. I snapped an alum servo horn today during practice and it didnt even take a hard hit. If I break something I try to replace it with alum that way I usually dont break it again, well except the servo horns. haha
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