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    Volcano S30 servo saver fix

    If you are having trouble with your servo saver like Iwas, make sure the locking nut on top of the mounting post is not too tight. If it is too tight it will bind the servo saver and make it too hard for the servo to move.

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    RE: Volcano S30 servo saver fix

    I was having problems with the knurled nut untightening which wouldn't allow me to turn my truck. I used some thread locker just above the nut and it has held fine now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffie8696 View Post
    If you are having trouble with your servo saver like Iwas, make sure the locking nut on top of the mounting post is not too tight. If it is too tight it will bind the servo saver and make it too hard for the servo to move.
    thx, I also found using bluelock tite prevents the stupid servo saver from moving and making me have no steering. Blue locktite not just on top above the frame but where the spring is. That disc keeps loosening during turning.

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