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    Hello!
    I feel like the steering in my p4de is losing some strength... I'm sure it's not the servo, it's the spring in the bellcrank:


    Is there a way to add more tension in the spring? or maybe it's too used? Anyway, it wasn't this loose when my p4de was new so it's a problem.
    Whatever shall I do?

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    You could get a new spring for the servo saver if you are sure it is not the servo. Can find it here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carraig042 View Post
    You could get a new spring for the servo saver if you are sure it is not the servo. Can find it here.

    -Brett
    Thanks!
    It might not be the problem too, I said the servo isn't the problem because when it's at neutral position (ESC on), I can easily turn the wheel by hand but the arm of the servo is not moving. The wheels were stiffer to turn before.
    Is that a symptoms the bellcrank is wearing and I should buy a new one?

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    Dude strc do a aluminum steering bellcrank set that may help if you use a new spring as well.....peace
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