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General Better Clevis

Discussion in 'Airplanes' started by heartland, May 2, 2018.

  1. heartland

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    Can someone recommend a better clevis for my Hobbyzone Carbon Cub S+?
    Also I can't seem to find the thread size.
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    Are you talking about the one that connects the control rod to the control horn or servo horn? If so, You will need to find out what size the rod is so that we can match the thread. Let us know what rod you are talking about just in case they used different ones on that plane.
     
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    Yes, I need to know the rod thread size for the Elevator, Rudder and Aileron. Could someone help with that?
    Thanks
     
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    If you have a hobby shop nearby, you can take your plane to them and they can sell you the correct rod which is threaded on one end. You can then get the clevises that suit you along with a good set of Z bend pliers (I love mine).
     
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    By the way. That plane looks like it would be a blast to fly. The price isn't that bad either.
     
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