Figure 90. These are the components for the 2nd Super Hold Servo. The original cushion spring, retaining ring, pin spring washer, and e-clip will be re-used.
Figure 91. This is the new shaft tip for the servo. It will need to be ground down and fit to the transmission, the process involves assembling the servos without the o-rings, setting up a dial indictor on the outside of the servo, and checking for travel distance. The specification is for travel to be between .075 and .125. The pin will need to be ground down quite a bit.
Figure 92. This is the old pin, you can see how much shorter the pin is than the new one.
Figure 93. This is the new pin after fitting. The servo assembly will be taken apart and put back together several times, while grinding the pin down to fit. You only want to grind a small amount at a time, as you can not add material back to the pin. Go slowly and measure carefully.
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