Originally Posted by ajbaker
I apologize for missing your last post. This thread moves so fast that once in a while, a question falls through the cracks.
You did the right thing, though. If you feel your question was missed - ask again
. You are NOT being ignored! Again, sorry.
Ok. Having said that, here is one possible solution to your question.
You will have to solder (or otherwise connect) two of the pushrods to make one that is the ~22" length that you need. Good luck.
P.S. That is a very commonly used push rod assembly. You should be able to find them at your LHS.
AJ, no apologies needed. This thread is great and very supportive. I really do appreciate it.
I must apologize to you, because I must not have made myself clear. I want to get spare clevis for the Ailron's. Those are about 4-5" if I am correct. Also, Hobby King is preferred. I will be ordering my new Bixler kit from them and a few more ounces of parts won't cost me more shipping.
On my first (sob) SkySurfer I screwed up a aileron servo. When I opened the clevis so that I could remove the servo, the little nob on the pin popped off. So I want to have spare clevis (and rods if need be) so that I am not grounded due to a little part. (I already bought spare linkage stoppers)
While I have your ear, can you suggest control horns as well. I purchased these
but I don't know if they are the best choice.
Thanks for all your help.