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Old 02-04-2007, 12:31 AM   #1
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Does anyone know of a good servo saver to suit jr servo's

I got a kimbough from the lhs but even all of the three adaptors included for the spline dont fit my jr z590m servo?

and i cant find any that say to suit jr,

the tamiya (TA-51000) high torque servo saver looks good but i am not sure if it will fit either and i dont want to order it and waste my money?
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they are a 23 spline drive, i have one of those and used the KO/Air adapter with no problems same with the jr 650 servos I use.
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your right, i went to try it again and it fitted , i think i was just scared of pushing it on prety hard in case it broke.

i feel like a gumby!!!!!!

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A slight tap with a hammer.
I really dont like the univesal one's.
See if you can find a more specific one to fit.
JR, Airtronics, are the same spline.
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A slight tap with a hammer.
I really dont like the univesal one's.
See if you can find a more specific one to fit.
JR, Airtronics, are the same spline.
I like Kmbrough Servo Savers. I thought that JR and Airtronics were different though http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXS446&P=7

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I like Kmbrough Servo Savers. I thought that JR and Airtronics were different though http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXS446&P=7

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JR = Airtronics = 23 spline. Most of my JR servos have Kimbrough servo savers on them........

You won't see many references to JR stuff on Tower because Horizon is the US distributor, and Tower and Horizon are arch enemies in the hobby mail order business..........
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