Kraton Steering locked up

Ole Fart51

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this is the first problem with my new Kraton after 16 packs. Steering not turning left, nothing in a bind, turns easy by hand, thinking servo went out. What servo is a good replacement?
 

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I am using this one, tons of torque, big improvement over the stock one. Savox makes a great servo. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Savox-SA-12...066349?hash=item2357a1a3ad:g:2asAAOSw4s9XkVQI

I definitely recommend getting an aluminum servo mount to put the extra torque to better use. Check it out: https://arrmaforum.com/threads/kraton-servo-mount-upgrade.17/


The servo I am using is a bit taller than stock. I accommodated for this by putting an extra nut under the steering arm ball to raise it about 3mm.
 
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Ole Fart51

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I am using this one, tons of torque, big improvement over the stock one. Savox makes a great servo. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Savox-SA-12...066349?hash=item2357a1a3ad:g:2asAAOSw4s9XkVQI

I definitely recommend getting an aluminum servo mount to put the extra torque to better use. Check it out: https://arrmaforum.com/threads/kraton-servo-mount-upgrade.17/


The servo I am using is a bit taller than stock. I accommodated for this by putting an extra nut under the steering arm ball to raise it about 3mm.[/QUOTE
Sorry guys, but, turns out I had a senior moment. Starting diagnosing my steering problem this morning. I don't have a break or a steering problem at all. Somehow I had the steering trim on the transmitter all the way to the right.
 

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