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Old 05-17-2011, 11:05 PM   #1
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why are there different servo spacers and stands? ie ko propo futaba sunwa besides the thickness...the sahpe is different but i cant see a reason for it..anyone enlighten me
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why are there different servo spacers and stands? ie ko propo futaba sunwa besides the thickness...the sahpe is different but i cant see a reason for it..anyone enlighten me
Because the mounting holes on the chassis are fixed, whereas servos come in different sizes. The spacers are used to make sure the servo are fixed in place securely and without any gaps.
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