Why aren't servo gears greased?
I opened up one of my mini cp servos and none of the gears are greased. If it ain't broken don't fix it, so I'm not going to add grease. But why not? Why isn't any in it?
I get that servos don't rotate at high speeds and continuously, but still, wouldn't a little grease relieve the wear and tear on these little plastic gears?
Or is it walkera doing this on purpose to sell more replacement servos?
Does anybody grease their servo gears?
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