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Old 04-30-2009, 01:17 AM
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Do Trio and Trutrak servos have the identical mounting points on their servos ? ie can I remove the TT and bolt on the Trios A/P ?
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Do Trio and Trutrak servos have the identical mounting points on their servos ? ie can I remove the TT and bolt on the Trios A/P ?
No, they are substantially different.
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Do Trio and Trutrak servos have the identical mounting points on their servos ? ie can I remove the TT and bolt on the Trios A/P ?
Different mounting points. Trio has a pretty nifty mounting bracket for their servos, however.
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