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Old 02-16-2011, 09:02 PM   #1
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Default Question about servo plugs

At the flying field a guest had servo plugs fastened to wings and the female half was mounted in the fuse. When the wing was removed, the plug was also. No wires, no jugling of the wing while disconnecting the servo wires and it looked like a flange on the female 1/2 for location and stability. It also seemed quite a bit larger than a normal plug to absorb the extra abuse.

The guest got away before I could ask for the information.

Can anyone enlighten me?
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At the flying field a guest had servo plugs fastened to wings and the female half was mounted in the fuse. When the wing was removed, the plug was also. No wires, no jugling of the wing while disconnecting the servo wires and it looked like a flange on the female 1/2 for location and stability. It also seemed quite a bit larger than a normal plug to absorb the extra abuse.

The guest got away before I could ask for the information.

Can anyone enlighten me?
hey Tenderfoot - Graupner makes a M/F pair (one set per wing) - sorry I can't elaborate as I am at work but check out this link

http://www.hobby-lobby.com/quick_fix...32764_prd1.htm





hope this helps!
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