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    Steering horn on the hs645

    well i figured out that my servo is eatting up the teeth on the stock steering horn

    so i was wondering what u guys did for this

    it went threw 2 stock horns

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    Do you have the new saver or the old white circular one?

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    Hitec uses different servo splines that Traxxas does. You will need a compatible servo horn/saver to go with the Hitec.
    No slipper/tall gearing/power = broken parts.

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    Snook got it, from the time i read the title to the time i read the rest of it i forgot it was a hitec

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    sorry its a 4907 model

    so what servo/saver do i need to use

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    The Hitec servos usually come with several horns you should be able to adapt to fit.
    No slipper/tall gearing/power = broken parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snook Man View Post
    The Hitec servos usually come with several horns you should be able to adapt to fit.
    figures I'll try to work something out

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    I was looking for a thread that talks about servos, so far this is the best I found if anyone knows of another thread please post the link if you would! but Im looking for a good high torque metal gear servo to replace my 2075's on my emaxx i have a custom chassis I built, it has 4 wheel steering, and the servos on the rear just wont hold up with all the torque while turning too, I keep stripping the servo gears any suggestions out there?
    (Rich)..If its stock.....leave it in the box!

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    Part #5345X is a bolt on no hassle kit.
    erbe emaxx 26maxx s27revo 18tmrevo XXL platinum

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    Ya get 'er figured out?
    erbe emaxx 26maxx s27revo 18tmrevo XXL platinum

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    http://www.savoxusa.com/Savox_SC0251...avsc0251mg.htm

    best bang for the buck, only catch is you have to waterproof them yourself but for the price its worth it.
    there's no life like a LOW LIFE!
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