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Old 16-02-2009
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Default New Front Pushrod Location

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If you were thinking of trying the different pushrods, I think this is a good way to do them.
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very nice what is it that you have used, is it a servo mount?
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Looks like they are the ones for the 'stood up' servo mod... looks very neat!!

I must try this on my pred.. gave mine a run at Bury yesterday, bin messing about with a few things since looking over Kevs at the last worksop meet. have to say felt good.. I let Matty drive it for a good 5 mins too.... have to say watching it, it looked VERY good and was easily keeping up with mossys cat!
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Yea they are the small servo mounts. I've sanded them down but I don't think you need to. Out of interest I think that the upright servo posts should be done in the next few weeks. I saw one and they are very neat!
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Yea they are the small servo mounts. I've sanded them down but I don't think you need to. Out of interest I think that the upright servo posts should be done in the next few weeks. I saw one and they are very neat!
Cool.. ive emailed Lewis / Yanina for the bits...

For my 'stood up' servo mod i used two of the bits you have used for the push rod link and then 2 of the posts used to support the motor mount to the rear shock tower with a little filled of either end..but a custom part made for the job means less messing!

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