Old 01-12-2009, 04:33 PM
Join Date: Feb 2008
Posts: 28
Default aluminum rotor

you don't have to remove the shaft, just loosen the two set screws on the bottom gear and pull the inner shaft. remove bearing on top,separate the linkage from the swashplate. loosen the four screws on the old rotor and it will slide off. sometimes you have to get sandpaper to remove burrs. when you put the new one on, do the top screws first as they must line up with the two holes you'll see on the outer shaft. also fyi, if you ever do pull the outer shaft, there is a brass step washer on top of the gear, keep track of this asit won't fly without it. schreydog
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