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Old 04-21-2006, 12:26 PM   #1
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Servo Saver hitting motor

Have a JRXS with 128 spur and 31 pinion -- the servo saver is hitting the motor. The servo is a Z8800S. How can I go up on the pinion without hitting the motor?
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Have a JRXS with 128 spur and 31 pinion -- the servo saver is hitting the motor. The servo is a Z8800S. How can I go up on the pinion without hitting the motor?
u might need to get rid of the servo saver and get a aluminum one, but not sure what u got. u cant cut it down alittle?
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Use Associated FT alum servo mounts and you'll be set.
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