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I just got my Airtronics 94758Z servo and installed, but turning the wheels I noticed that the arm coming off the servo horn stops about alittle less than an 1/8" from the right turnbuckle & ball cups. Is this okay or do I need to adjust it further?
Also, moving the servo without power hooked up to it, does it damage the internal digital parts or for that matter, any of the parts?




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anyway make sure all your steering links are adjusted and aligned first then center the servo to the raido add steering link .. then if its off left or right adjust the link from the servo horn to the bell crank .. after that adjust your end points and set trim as needed ..
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