Steering servo horns?

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I need some steering servo horns for my Savage X. I did'nt want to buy the tree for 2 horns so I was hoping to get a couple of suggestions. It's for a Hitec servo. Thanks.:\
 

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The arms that come with the servo will work. Just use small washers to align it and a bolt with a locknut on it. I prefer to do it that way. The longer arms will give you quicker steering response with less servo travel.
You should have said something sooner. I have tons of those arms I don't use.
I'll mail you one if you want, tell me the spline count if you need it.
 

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Thanks for the info. I've got a box with all the hitec arms so I should be good for awhile. I was just wondering if there is anything better. I've stripped 2 allready. The 1st 1 was due to EPAs not being quite right and the second, well probably the way I drive it.
 

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Check that your servo saver nut is no tighter than 4-5mm gap from the bottom of the nut to the purple diff mount plate. The manual shows this. If it is set any tighter, it will continue to break stuff.
 

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