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Threaded Brass 4-40 Pushrod Connectors???

Old 04-24-2003, 02:19 AM
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Default Threaded Brass 4-40 Pushrod Connectors???

I have two round brass pushrod connectors that are secured to the servo arm with a washer and nut. You the screw your 4-40 rod into and through the connector making for a very secure and precisely adjustable pushrod . I would like to find out if anyone knows who makes these? I have searched all the manufacturers I can think of.

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Old 04-24-2003, 02:42 AM
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http://www.btown.com/sheldons/listing/sul04.html

SUL526 ? Is that what you are looking for?
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Nope, Sullivan ain't it! The connectors look like small thick brass buttons with a threaded post and a 4-40 threaded hole.

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I wnat to think that Rocket City used to carry something like that.

You might be able to get a set of EZ connectors and fabricate a set of this type if you can't buy them.
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Sorry i can't help but I'm curious why you want that? If I understand you wouldn't they put a twist on the servo arm under a load. Just curious.

David

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