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Model: Lynx LX0250
Dist. #: LYNLX0250   SKU: LYNLX0250

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Updated on Jun 17, 2018 07:33:21 PM

Frame C Washer 3mm - Green...
Utilized for: M3 Frame Screw

Product: High Precision Tolerance CNC Part made with Aluminum 7075T6


20 x Frame C Washer 3mm – Green

This is a wonderful enhancement to the product presently being discussed.

Servo line Color Black & Green

Seeking to tidy up the look of your helicopter, aircraft of RC vehicle & secure your servo lines from chaffing? Servo Line Covering is a simple method to secure your servo wires, including a clean, visual planning to your RC device, and can be set up in a matter of minutes. Pick from our amazing line of different colors to include a whole make over to your RC machine!

Included In Plan:

(1) 1M (3.28 ft.) Servo Line Covering

(1) 9 in. Heat Shrink Wrap

How Do I Set up Servo Line Covering?

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Once your servo wire is covered, cut off an appropriate sized piece of the included heat diminish, and slide it over the covering till it is flush with the servo itself. Heat the diminish wrap with a soldering iron or heat weapon to diminish it down around the covering, thus providing you a flush, tight fit over the formerly frayed servo covering. Do the very same with the end of your servo wire, taking care to leave the terminal bare so it can quickly plug into your receiver. Likewise, make sure to take note of the servo wire polarity if you cover the complete wire – this will make sure that you will understand exactly what direction to plug your servo terminal into your receiver.
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