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Old 03-23-2002, 05:51 PM
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Default 225 metal gear vs nylon gear

Mike, I have seen a couple of posts that indicate that the metal gear version of the 225 develops some "slop" after a period of time, whereas the nylon gear version does not. Do you have any experience with this happening? Also, in terms of precision, is the metal gear 225 more or less precise than the nylon gear version.

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Old 03-24-2002, 12:45 PM
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Does this phenomenon occur with any brand metal gear servo?
Had some 2721's do that on me?
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Default 225 metal gear vs nylon gear

It is known that MG servos will wear more quickly than nylon.....

I'm interested is how the MAG and nylon 225s compare. I'm getting some for my seduction.

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All metal gear servos wear down slowly after a while. I may get the nylon ones cause for an application that small you don't need metal. -Steve
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