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Servo Saver Assembly

El-Heffe

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I'm having a terrible time with this! I'm starting to wonder if I have the wrong spring? Are there any tricks or is this incredibly difficult? It's so difficult to compress the spring that I have yet to compress it enough to get the nut threaded. TKR103 is flush with the upper servo saver. The two plastic servo saver pieces are turned so that they're fully collapsed. I don't know what I'm missing? I'm completely baffled and could really use some pointers.

I have new TKR5231 and TKR5103. I'm thinking maybe damaged threads might be my issue?
 

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The spring is pretty stiff. I find that if you use a 17mm wheel hex wrench its much easier. I like to start by turning backwards until you can feel the threads seat together, then I start threading the direction to tighten the nut.
 

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I'm having a terrible time with this! I'm starting to wonder if I have the wrong spring? Are there any tricks or is this incredibly difficult? It's so difficult to compress the spring that I have yet to compress it enough to get the nut threaded. TKR103 is flush with the upper servo saver. The two plastic servo saver pieces are turned so that they're fully collapsed. I don't know what I'm missing? I'm completely baffled and could really use some pointers.

I have new TKR5231 and TKR5103. I'm thinking maybe damaged threads might be my issue?
Yep just use a spanner (wrench) to do the nut up, works a treat.
 

freelosophy

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I do recall the spring being hard to compress when I built mine. Hope that helps . . .
 
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