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Tail feather question

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scottly

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I was looking at an older model Skybolt tailfeathers, the servo trim shaft. This bird had a servo horn on both sides of the servo shaft, for a total of 4. My plans on page 14 show a servo horn on one side of each shaft with a connector tube on the insides. Before I build this tube, which way is better?



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