It's a bit fiddly. Try attaching the linkage stopper to the horn before glueing to your model's wing.
Make sure you have the grub screw on the right side so you can tighten it up without punching holes in your fuselage.
I got the circlips on using a good set of needle nose pliers to align in the groove, then click into place with the same pliers. I also used blue threadlock to secure the circlip
This allows you to attach one end of your control rod to a servo arm, and then attach the other end using this item to your control surface control horn. Itmeans that you can have a longer control rod than needed, and you don't have to cut it perfectly down tosize and put another z bend in it. Very useful if you don't like the hassle of cutting control rods and getting them the right length.
Bought a couple of these for my hxt900's. One question, I put it on the servo arm, how do I lock it then? I see the hole for the pushrod, but can't seem to understand how I'll lock the servo arm so that it doesn't fall off.
i think u need to push the thin part through the hole in the servo arm. Make the hole bigger in the servo arm if u need it. Then put the little "c" ring in the groove in the thin part which goes trough the hole in the servo arm. Im still waiting for mine so im not really sure. Just a guess
Hello.. yes,you should make a suitable hole for linkage.. then put the C ring under the arm of the servo.. To make it without shocks/vibration make the hole smaller than the linkage then put the C ring.. actually i am using a gun glue to prevent from shocks, for more secure...
Tried it today, you put the o tip first then put the C clip (obviously, after the servo arm). Kind of a pita to get the C clip on that smaller part of the shaft. Once its done, removing it will be a pain.
Pode confiar se verificar que a trava tem um encaixe elastico. Caso contrario use um pouco de adesivo tipo epó*xi ou cola a quente. Este tipo de engate e mais seguro do que porca simples e é* muito utilizado em mecanica onde existe vibracoes. Bons voos.
1,5mm hex screwdriver doesn't really work with. After a very low force starts to rotating inside the screw so it's not possible to fix on a proper way. Am I using a wrong screwdriver? Perhaps an inch-size one would be better?
Hi Lajos, what I see is that the hex "hole" is not made pretty accurate. May be the "hole" is made for a metric 1.5mm, however I prefer to use a 1/16 inch hex screwdriver. Before mounting insert the scredriver in the bolt and aply some pressure (or hit softly) to create a perfect match.
These linkage stoppers are good. I have used them on my 40size plane. They work great and hold the linkage wires pretty strong. Do not overtighten them or else the screw will slip. They come with C connectors. Hence making them glide on the arms.
Using it on hxt 900. But you'll need to open the servo arm's hole, otherwise it won't fit ! You'll need a 2mm hole in the servo arm.
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Good hardware, but they are a little (too) big for the regular parksize plane, They are more for gasengine models, where small size is not an issue.
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excelente custo-benefício. ótima produção, não só pelo acabamento mas também pela resistência. o diâmetro de 2mm do pino de encaixe no braço do servo é que pode complicar um pouco para nano e micro-servos.