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Old 10-03-2010, 08:29 PM
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Where are u using loctite? I'm breaking the piece that ends up connecting to the servo. My servo saver isn't coming loose...
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The servo horn?
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Old 10-03-2010, 08:37 PM
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No, the servo horn is connected to a link which is connected to the servo saver... Make sense? The servo saver is what's breaking. Part 340007
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Old 10-03-2010, 08:47 PM
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Yeah i only see ones that sold anyone hit my up with what you got and wanna get rid of. Give me a price of what you want and we can go from there.
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Originally Posted by mike881
No, the servo horn is connected to a link which is connected to the servo saver... Make sense? The servo saver is what's breaking. Part 340007
Which one? There are 3 parts with that number. I guess you mean the top one on the servo saver side? BTW, did you set your end points on the throttle servo??
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
Which one? There are 3 parts with that number. I guess you mean the top one on the servo saver side? BTW, did you set your end points on the throttle servo??
You mean steering servo? Yes I did set the endpoints. And it's the piece where the link connects the servo horn to the servo saver. When you installed it, it's the piece where the servo saver spring sits into. It's hard to explain this over the computer sorry!
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i'm done with the dremel on the center diff housing...thx to the guy about this trick!now the cover is going down very well on the bearings! so the U pin is going in and out freely!
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Originally Posted by mike881
You mean steering servo? Yes I did set the endpoints. And it's the piece where the link connects the servo horn to the servo saver. When you installed it, it's the piece where the servo saver spring sits into. It's hard to explain this over the computer sorry!
I gotcha now. Weird! You might be the only one in the world with this issue. I dunno! And you say the aluminum steering plate is nudging your steering servo? Maybe you could shave off a little material from the steering plate? I am sure it is plenty strong. Just an idea. I have another idea that is more complicated and requires you to put spacers under the entire servo subassembly to raise it up a bit . . .
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Old 10-03-2010, 11:07 PM
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Originally Posted by mike881
I broke 3 servo savers today. One time I hit a pipe the other two were when I landed and none of them were extremely hard at all!!! But I think I've narrowed down why. My servo seems to be too high for the black aluminum brace above the servo (not sure what its called). I tried moving my servo down as far as I can but its not fixing the issue as it still scrubs it a little. When I move the wheels with the servo disconnected, it doesn't move as freely as my other cars do. Could this affect the servo saver? because otherwise idk what to do.

I'm running a JR9100s.

Please, any suggestions
Yup.. I lightly sanded / dremeled part of my servo case and a bit of the servo saver that was making contact. I think the JR9100s are a tiny bit thicker that other servos.
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Old 10-04-2010, 07:09 AM
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Originally Posted by mccoy
i'm done with the dremel on the center diff housing...thx to the guy about this trick!now the cover is going down very well on the bearings! so the U pin is going in and out freely!
That's a pleasure - anything for a fellow "Ranga" driver!!

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Originally Posted by littlejohn
Yup.. I lightly sanded / dremeled part of my servo case and a bit of the servo saver that was making contact. I think the JR9100s are a tiny bit thicker that other servos.
It must be cuz I got a 9000s to fit...
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Who's big bores? Those look mighty tasty!
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Who's big bores? Those look mighty tasty!
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