Time to install the servos...
The elevator trays inside the stabs have a slot for the servo lead to come back up through... mine were a little tight si I opened them up JUST a little witha rattail file... I actually just chucked it in a drill and let the drill do the work...
The servo is then laid in place, screw holes piloted with a Great Planes Dead Center guage and screws installed.
They are then removed and the servo too... and the holes hardened with CA... once cured... the servo is replaced.
The kit comes with very nice balllinks... BUT the screws supplied with them are 3mm... if you want to use them on the SWB arms, you will need to drill out the 4/40 hole.
OR if you have some DuBro HD or Rocket City Ballinks handy you can use them on the servo arm side and use the supplied balllinks on the control horn side... that eliminates needing to drill out the SWB servo arms.
BEfore you attach either end... go ahead and screw on the balllinks on each end... leave only about 1/16" thread showing and this will get you REAL close to neutral... then only a few turns will be needed for final adjusting.