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6. Servo Saver

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The servo saver is partially preassembled from the factory and requires only a few steps to finish.
If you need to assemble the parts yourself, perform the following steps:
1. Place the servo saver spring on the steering post.
2. Place the lower servo saver arm on the steering post.
3. Place the upper servo saver arm on the steering post on top of the lower arm. Note that the upper and lower arms should interlock at a 90-degree angle. Check the illustration for proper orientation.
4. Press the servo saver arm down and secure the servo saver with a #309414 (C 4) clip. The clip snaps into a groove on the steering post.

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1. Thread a #30 2650 ball end into the lower servo saver. Be sure that the ball is on top.
2. Thread two #30 2650 ball ends into the upper servo saver arm into the outside positions as shown. The two balls should be on the bottom.

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Assemble the steering rods by threading ball joints onto the ends of the spring steel turnbuckle.
Note: The turnbuckle has a CCW thread on the long end and a CW thread on the short end.
Also note that the ball-joints should be 180-degrees to each other. Adjust the steering rods to the proper lengths as shown.

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Assemble the servo link by threading a ball joint onto the ends of the spring steel turnbuckle.
Note: The turnbuckle has a CCW thread on one end and a CW thread on the other end.
Also note that the ball-joints should be perpendicular (90-degrees) to each other.

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1. Using pliers, snap the steering rod ball joints onto the ball ends on the servo saver upper arm. Use the ball joints on the LONG end of the steering rods.
2. Using pliers, snap the servo link ball joint onto the ball end on the servo saver lower arm.

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1. Choose the proper servo horn to fit your servo. See the parts list above to match your servo manufacturer to the proper servo horn.
2. Thread a #302650 ball end into the servo horn. Note that the thread will extend through the servo horn, but will not affect operation. If desired, you can file off the exposed threads.
3. Snap the other servo link's other ball joint onto the servo horn ball end.

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1. Press the #302551 eccentric servo saver bearing plastic cover into the hole in the upper deck as shown. Orient the cover so the tab fits in the notch on the right side of the upper deck. See the illustration for the proper orientation.
2. Place the #309010 (BB 4x7) ball-bearing in the plastic cap.

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Instruction Sections
   Intro  
   0. Kit  
   1. Front & Rear Differential  
   2. Rear Transmission  
   3. Rear Suspension  
   4. Front Transmission  
   5. Front Suspension  
   6. Servo Saver  
   7. Shock Absorbers  
   8. Rear Final Assembly  
   9. Front Final Assembly  
   10. Servo Saver, Battery Holder & Upper Deck Assembly  
   11. Accessory Installation  
   Caution  
   Congratulations  
 
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