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Posted: 2011-01-20 15:19 
I have been asked if the 7950 will work in the SES brackets. Well not very well in fact. Hitec made the servo taller from the mounting tabs than the other standard servos. The fix is to ream out the center hole in the "C" bracket enough for the servo horn to be installed on the outside. Thread the 2-56 screws in, then attach it to the bracket using matching 2-56 nuts. It's still a little off, but not too bad. You gotta love 486 oz. in. though!

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Posted: 2011-01-20 15:58 
:twisted: Would be fun to try one of those beasts one time.
It does look a bit tricky to make it fit properly. May I ask why you didn't use the ball-bearing? Is that the dampening part?

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Posted: 2011-01-20 16:04 
The customer I was supporting is using them in this way. So I just recycled the photo for a forum post. No time to add another photo with bearings. :P

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