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Old 12-31-2015, 06:28 AM   #1
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Default TA SC5M Steering Arm & Savox 1258TG Tight Fit

Hey Guys,

Trying to complete the finishing touches on the SC5M Santa brought me for Christmas and I've run into something I want to check. Trying to drop in my Savox 1258TG from my old SC10FT and it seems like a REALLY tight fit. If I use the spacer between the aluminum chassis mount pieces and the servo body, the steering arm hits the top of the servo body. If I remove the spacer, it still kinda hits but just barely. The steering is free and non-binding elsewhere though.Anyone else run into this or have I possibly built something wrong somewhere?

Thanks for the help!
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Please read this thread about starting a new thread for a vehicle that already has one.

With that said, please use this thread for the SC5M. This way, we keep everything in one place.

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