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Dual Nyrod connection

Old 07-17-2002, 07:21 AM
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I am setting up an Extra 300 ARF and want to use nyrods for the split elevators. Any hints on connecting the two nyrods together at the servo end for one servo control. Thanks.
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Solder up a Y connector for use at the servo...

Stack 2 R/C car style ball links. (they bolt to the servo output arm. )

make a transfer carrier, a rod whch rides in 2 bearings (oversize wheel collars with brass tube insert, replace set screw with a longer, headless screw and use that to bolt them to a ply plate.) 3 more wheel collars, the correct size for the rod (which should atomatically space them for clearance from the mounting plate...) and use the thread-on ailerons linkage bolt-control horn adapters can't think of thier name...) to connect the pushrods and servo output.

Use a DuBro ball-link control mixer to do abot the same as above... bolt it to someting solid instead of on top of the servo output wheel.

Use 2 servos...

There's a few ideas.

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