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Old 11-08-2018, 07:10 AM
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hi anyone knows who makes alloy clamp style control horn for full flying elevators i cant seem to find any??? i want those beefy double ended ones to put in a jet
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Old 11-08-2018, 07:48 AM
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https://www.gabriel-stahlformenbau.d...e=1&referid=18

These guys make THE best servo arms around, tried loads during my 10 years of kit building for customers and these were better than anything out there, they do a threaded through horn which the link shows that might suit if you put a washer or plate on the other side and a nut or the twin peg glue in ones are rock solid.

The arms with a Y design are so strong and hold the control rod at both sides so never going to twist or snap.

Hope this helps, this is a little gem of company.

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im looking for something like this
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but double ended
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Old 11-08-2018, 11:27 AM
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Dreamworks has some of those. I just saw them on the website but dont think I saw a double.
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yeah i think i have to machine that
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sm might sell those as a part for a previous kit maybe?
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Use robot parts by a company called Actobotics. They are easy to find at robot suppliers. Servo City also has them. I considering them for the stabs on my F-105 project.

Get one of these hubs and bolt it to the arm below. They are like erector set parts and all fit together. The bore sizes are common sizes. 3/8, 1/2" etc.



Some links:
https://www.sparkfun.com/products/12177

https://www.sparkfun.com/products/12519

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Gary,

What a great find - amazing web-site. I'm sure I can find a use for some of those parts on my Bucc - weapon bay pivot bearing blocks immediately come to mind!!

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looks really good
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Here are some parts used to put together a stab system I am looking at for my F-105 project. These photos came from Fighteraces in the UK who gave me the idea. All Actobotics parts except for the aluminum base.
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