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You don’t need to shim it. You pivot it up and down a little while keeping the mount lined up. Work at it a little and it’ll click in. It’s hard to describe, but you’ll get it.Having a hard time with installing a Hobbywing 4274, it hits the top of the motor. Anbody have problems? I could shim out the sliding mount that attaches to the motor, but don’t really want to do that.
As far as I saw the piece that mounts to the motor is symmetrical? You mean flipped as in flipped over to the other side?I got it to slide in with the screws a little loose, then when I tighten them up it locks it super tight. I actually think I have a bad part. The part works great when it is flipped, but then the top holes are off and can’t even put the screws in. How frustrating. I have been in this hobby for over 30 years, so I know how to build.