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Old 04-20-2008, 03:07 PM   #1
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Default Rebuilding Servo JR 4750

Hey guys I have a JR 4750 Steering servo in my NTC3 and I am thinking of rebuilding it because when I turn right and then bring the wheel back it wont re-center so to speak, sticks a little to right. Im assuming this is a tooth off of a gear somewhere and I have the parts laying around, MIGHT AS WELL.....besides crappy rain keeping me in today.
Anyone do this?
any suggestions or comments, my plan is to document it all maybe even with photos. A. So I can remeber how all the gears are aligned to put it back together and B. possibly make a tutorial if I get mine right.
Theres VERY little info on this subject and think it is especially important to ppl with nicer servos like the 4750.
ANY POINTERS ON WHATEVER you guys have done would be great, or am I a TOTAL FOOL for rebuilding this one?
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