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Old 05-10-2009, 08:25 AM
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I heard somewhere that drivers replace the servo saver or spring to the 1.0 version on there 2.0 truggys is this true and why?...have a 2.0 on order dont know if I should bother switching out the servo saver...thanks for any info on this
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Old 05-10-2009, 08:38 AM
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Bill the 2.0T spring is too tight, there is no "saver action" even with the nut backed all the way off and loctited, just put the 1.0 spring on and be done with it.

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did the same a never looked back.
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so just take the spring from the 1.0 servo saver and throw it on to the 2.0 hardware sweet easy enough thanks
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Originally Posted by bill marchant View Post
so just take the spring from the 1.0 servo saver and throw it on to the 2.0 hardware sweet easy enough thanks
yup, thats it, you'll be all set in that category Bill
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