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Old May 08, 2005, 02:31 PM
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Originally Posted by TheX
Get rid of the z-bends
While I don't particularly care for z-bends, they aren't always that bad. This is assuming one end has a ball link for adjustability and the pushrod run is fairly straight. If you have slop where the z-bend goes into the servo arm, just use some medium CA and let it wick into the hole in the arm...apply with the z-bend in place. The CA won't bond well and will effectively get rid of all the slop.
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