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Old 01-01-2008, 05:55 PM   #1
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Default Another Take On The "Low" Steering Servo

Made this up today, and although untested, it should work........and allow the use of a big batt on the top plate. Wheel-to-servo tolerance is REALLY close, but it does clear. Gonna have to make a lot of adjustments when the CVDs come out.

Just another alternative way of doing this................
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Old 01-01-2008, 06:17 PM   #2
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Put Button head instead of cap heads on that side and you'll have a bit more room. Looks cool
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Old 01-01-2008, 06:21 PM   #3
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Nice job Robb! Might have to try that.


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Put Button head instead of cap heads on that side and you'll have a bit more room. Looks cool
Those wheels probably wont allow that. There countersunk.
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Those wheels probably wont allow that. There countersunk.
That shouldn't matter. MSD's have countersunk rings and come with button head screws. They work fine.
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Ok, wasn't sure. I thought the OD on the button heads were a little bigger than the cap screws.
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Ok, wasn't sure. I thought the OD on the button heads were a little bigger than the cap screws.
If they are you could probably grind them down a bit.
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should work fine, i had my servo down low like that for a little while, now its back at stock
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should work fine, i had my servo down low like that for a little while, now its back at stock
Why did you move it back to stock?
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