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>> Home > Forum > Any Other Questions! > small servo's
small servo's
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jacko
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Forum Posts: 19
15th Dec 2018 00:09  
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just got some of the micro servo's for a small boat can somebody point me to a suppler of clevis joints as the standard one's are to large and the pins are to large to go through the holes in the servo arms

RNinMunich
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Forum Posts: 2538
15th Dec 2018 01:03  
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Hi Jacko,
So what's the problem!?😉
Drill out the servo arms to match.
Or; forget the clunky commercial clevis pins and simply make a push rod from spring steel rod. Don't let the manufacturers dictate to you!!
Use your imagination; and a couple of pairs of pliers 😁
Cheers, Doug 😎


Young at heart - slightly older in other places 😉 Cheers Doug
RHBaker
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Forum Posts: 119
15th Dec 2018 02:01  
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Agree with Doug. I use bicycle wheel spokes. Got an old wheel from my local bicycle shops scrap pile for free.
Got enough rods now for the rest of my life!

jacko
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Forum Posts: 19
15th Dec 2018 13:02  
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thanks bike spokes looks / sounds great but then found out a 1.6mm drill works ok this morning as a 1.5 was tight,, drilled holes 1 3 5 one side and 2 4 the other thanks for all input