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Old 01-07-2004, 07:04 PM   #1
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Default Servo Saver Help FAST

im going racing toamrrow and tonight when i tried to do matts new stearing linkage my servo saver messed up, now when i turn my servo the wheels dont move but the servo does. I think that it just lostened up, how do i tighten my servo saver back up so it will work?

also i have a kimbro or whatever it is grey servo saver
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Old 01-08-2004, 09:59 AM   #2
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Default servo saver messed up


A Servo Saver consisits of a Top and Bottom piece made of plastic, with the return spring sandwiched between.

A few possible problems come to mind.

1) Do you have the right Saver for your brand of servo. Some of the savers come with adapter inserts that you change to fit your servo. Make sure the right one is installed.

2) The splines are stripped on your saver or servo.

3) Broken return spring on the servo saver.

4) Check your Servo for a broken gear inside.

Hope I gave you some ideas.
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