Let's move to installing the aileron servos in the wings. It's not in the exact order of installation as in the instructions,
but I really wanted to get the wings connected so thatI could get a perspective of the wing on the fuselage. Now,
Hangar 9 has another surprise as the ailerons are already installed and pre-hinged, in addition to the control horns.
Is that NICE.......or what?
Since I use a Spektrum DX-7 andHangar 9recommends JR821 servos, that's what was used. Prep the servos
by installing the rubber grommets and brass eyeletsand just follow the excellent instructions. A few things to
pay special attention to;
[*]center the servoarm in the opening in the servo cover[*]the mounting blocks must be at least 1/16-inch from any edge of the servo cover or it will not fit back into the cutout[*]be sure to wick thin CA ( ZAP works great) into every screw hole to harden the surrounding wood for a better grip[/list]Now, attach a servo extension(a 12" was used) to the servo lead making sure that you use any method you like to
prevent the connection from pulling apart, once it is inside the wing. Use the pre-installed pull string to thread the
servo extension through the wing interior and out the round openingabove the wing root. Attach the supplied
hardware to the pushrod and you got it. Now, do the other wing.