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Old 01-16-2006, 12:40 AM   #1
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Anybody know the screw size for the KO949 that holds on the servo saver.
3mm is standard on regular servos, but this one is smaller.
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Old 01-16-2006, 02:08 AM   #2
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I can't tell you about that specific servo, but I've seen 2.6 screws on servos before. It looks like 3mm, but a 3mm won't start...
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Out of all the metal shaft servos, I have only seen 3mm and 2.6mm. Futaba and Hitec typically use 2.6mm and KO Airtronics and JR use 3mm.

I have this servo in my 1/12 scale at home. I can check when I get home.
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it is an endbell screw and works very well that way. Robert at Ko gave me that small tidbit.
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Great, what about the length? 10mm?
BTW, can I pick this up at the Local Hardware or is it hobby specific?
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it is an endbell screw and works very well that way. Robert at Ko gave me that small tidbit.
Can you elaborate on this. What endbell?
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off of a motor. think the screw that hold the timing ring endbell to the motor can.
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off of a motor. think the screw that hold the timing ring endbell to the motor can.
gotcha!, just tried it. Fits perfect! Thanks.
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np. I have the same setup. lol
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