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4 points - 6/13/2013
I drilled the hole out to about 2.4mm with no problems. Now the hole is big enough to handle the fat carbon rod I already have in hand. Awesome little clevis.
8 points - 6/12/2013
can anyone tell me wich length this thing has?
Look at the artikles name and Diskription *)
hopr I helped you
Length 26.4mm* Length of Gap 12.2mm* Thin long screw M2x10, Grub screws M3x3* Diameter 5.7mm* Hole size 2.1mm
Length 26.4mm , Length of Gap 12.2mm and 2.8mm wide , Thin long screw M2x10 , Grub screws M3x3 , Diameter 5.7mm , Rod Hole size 2.1mm and through
YES, I agree. We need a smaller version!
Why not just solder the larger metal clevis straight to the control rod. Just make sure the solder fills the join and it would never come apart unless you resolder it. (or it's in a fire):-) Use a pair of pliers to hold the control rod, this will dissipate the heat so that anything further back won't melt.
With an alloy soldering iron :-)
2300 points - 10/19/2011
Make a version half the size and it would be perfect for rigging wires
Wow, this part can travel at the speed of light. It weihhts 0 grams!
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