I have the universal bracket, and the C bracket with ball bearing.
I have assembled them as per the illustrations -- nut, back of universal bracket, locking washer, ball bearing, C bracket, screw, in that order.
I have two separate "standard size" servos. One is a SG-5010, and one is a EXI D226F (yeah, going for torque
I'm trying to use the plastic horns that come with these servos -- especially for the EXIs is needed, because they use JR style 23-tooth splines, which is hard to find other horns for.
Now, the problem is that the C bracket won't *quite* fit the servo/universal bracket, with the horn on it. The horn pushes the bracket up enough that it does no longer sit on the ball bearing, and it rubs against the back of the universal bracket, and there's a very slight bend needed to actually fit across the horn. This doesn't seem right to me -- at a minimum, it means the ball bearing is useless.
I believe both of these servos are "standard size" -- they have exactly the same height with horn mounted. So, what am I doing wrong?
Picture of the servo in the bracket without the horn, with C bracket properly aligned on ball bearing, and the top of the C bracket pretty much in plane with the spline:https://www.dropbox.com/s/hblwrljhykquwlx/IMAG0629.jpg
Picture of the servo with the horn on it, jamming the C bracket:https://www.dropbox.com/s/8ck8dh6pl894ye0/IMAG0630.jpg