Yes. You can use this on a bixler. The clevis just merely makes life easier, its just a quick snap onto the control surface horn and an easy take off too. Its just to save u from making Z bends in push rods. This will go great aswell with linkage stoppers, as you wouldnt need to make exact Z bends on a push rod. HK has everything to make rc easier and cheaper.
insert the push rod into the opening of the clevis. if the push rod doesn't have a thread, then use some super glue to secure it. if the push rods start to bend out of shape due to the thickness, then use a plastic tube over the whole push rod to keep it from bending out of shape.
I believe so. I have used these with very similar control horns that hobbyking sells. My guess is that all of the control horns that look like these and are around the same size (that hobbyking sells) have the same size holes. I know for a fact that these work with the control horns PRODUCT ID: 07-00501x10. You could purchase both and see which ones you like, as it is good to have a few extra control horns lying around, and at the price you cant beat it!
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Thanks - the entire thread got cluttered :( - I'm using the HK OR16-102x10 - (Hobbyking Metal Pushrods) and it fits in the hole nicely - but it doesn't screw in . It feels like there is no thread on this clevis. Lots of others have had success - so I must be missing something.
Well bhuwan the Clevis does have not threat. The rod cut the thread on the first time you screw it in. So if it slides in then the rod is not too big but too small. Let me check on you rod. I will be back soon
Can you measure the DIA of you m2 rod. I am sure this is your problem. As I said a bike spokes does fit nicely. There are clevis at hobby king that take smaller Dia rods. Like "" Nylon Clevis 1.0x34mm (10pcs) SKU: 012-00801x10 and PRODUCT ID: 012-00802x10 Micro Clevis 1.2x22mm also PRODUCT ID: 12-00502x10 Nylon Clevis 1.8x27mm. These take a 1mm 1.2mm and a 1.8mm rod respectively.
The pushrod you're using is just a little too small for that clevis. Many times I've purchased a plane form HK and the standard clevis just won't work. I usually end up using a brass clevis and solder it to the pushrod then crimp the end. It will never let go. Some people advise epoxy or glue to attch these clevises but over time they will let go. The only other way to go is change the complete pushrod but that's rather drastic.
Sorry another way to go is buy some SKU: OR16-1001x10 or Threaded ends. You can sloder those onto your pushrod and the screw your clevis into it. I had a friend lose a clevis at the flying field and watched him get an oversized clevis and hold his cigarette lighter to the clevises threaded end then squash the end until there mas no hole at all. Then whilstit was still hot quickly screwed it on his pushrod. After it cooled down I tried to remove it by pulling at it and no problems. He was flying for the rest of the afternoon. He intended to repair it when he got home but that plane is still working on the same clevis some 7 months later. Just an idea if you're really stuck and have tough fingers.
One better idea. If you have a link stopper use that instead. Much easier to adjust than a clevis. You insert them in whichever hole you wish on the horn. Then insert the pushrods into the hole on the link stopper and adjust it to the correct length and tighten the screw. I always place a tiny drop of glue on the screws to stop the vibrating loose. There are different types. With a screw lock, nylon tube lock or even a circlip lock. The all work but a word of warning, if you use loctite be very careful not to let any run down onto the plastic horn. It will completely melt the top of the horn. I know, it happened to me only yesterday. Easily replaceable but a nuisance, it was a tiny micro horn and I don't think there was enough Loctite to melt a full sized horn. But be carefull where Loctite is anywhere near plastics or nylon.
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what is the diameter of the push rods that you try to use ?
this one support 2mm push rods like the M2xL300.
there are no threads in the Clevis the push rod creates them as you screw it in.
if you use plastic ,carbon or any other none threaded push rod just use glue.
they are used to connect pusrods to the control horns. you have to glue it on the iron/steel pushrod. Just to clearify: there is a pushrod attached to het servo. that pushrod runs to the elevator, rudder or ailerons. at the end of the pushrod, the nylon clevis is attached and that clicks onto the controlhorn on the controlsurface.
hope you understand it.
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They are 2mm, so too big. 1.3 sounds really small though ... are you sure of the size? If so, do you have enough pushrod to use a z-bend? If not, another alternative would be a solder on clevis - you can cheat a little on size with solder on because the solder will fill the gap.
these do come with holes in both ends which is good if u need to screw them in a little futher than you planned. also the holes have not been tapped which is great cos you then get a very nice tight secure fitting when using the 2mm push rods..
yes there is a hole diameter of 2 mm and these do come with holes in both ends which is good if u need to screw them in a little futher than you planned. also the holes have not been tapped which is great cos you then get a very nice tight secure fitting when using the 2mm push rods..
I would recommend using metal clevis and soldering them in that case. Other options would be a z-bend, or HK PRODUCT ID: OR012-00701(wish we I could link to it) with a simple 90 degree bend. I've not heard of using glue on them - I wouldn't trust it myself. There is also tools available to make new threads if that's really the way you want it.
The ones I bought didnt, but they were just shy of working. My fix was to find the desired length and mark the rods. Then I put some hot melt glue ( hot glue) in the thread end of the clevis and just before it dried i threaded the rods in to the previous made mark ( I already bought them before checking). They have held for over a year now even with a few bangers for landings. Hope this helps.