Originally Posted by ScotY
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.
True, but if he were to lean the link over to attach to the mechanism it would be pulling the z-bend part way out of the servo arm making it even worse.