LX0382 – 130 X – Lynx Tail Case Service Bag
Price per Unit (piece) : $7.95

Service pack per Lynx 130X Tail Case p/n LX0308 and LX0353

PACKING LIST:

– 3 x 1.5X4X2 Flanged Bearing

– 1 x M1.4×2 Pan Head Screw Silver

– 3 x M1.4×3 Pan Head Screw Silver

TIPS AND ADVISES FOR BEST SERVICE:

3 x 1.5X4X2 Flanged Bearing: Original bearing are installed with lock thread compound to assure the best assembly precision, the fast and easy way to unlock the bearing form they position is put 5 minutes in boil water. Use smaller pliers to manipulate it and with a 1.5 hex screw drive you can easy push out the bearing. Dry and clean the parts before insert new bearing, Remember to add a thinner layer of Blue lock thread around the outside bearing ring and insert the bearing just like you remover it. To push in place the bearing you can operate with 3 mm hex screw driver.

M1.4×2 and M1.4×3 Pan Head Screw Silver: These screws just replace the original one used to lock tail blade.

Line Break - Medium Red

LX0381 – 130 X – Lynx Tail Grip Service Bag
Price per Unit (piece) : $4.88

Service pack per Lynx 130X Tail Grip p/n LX0307 and LX0356

PACKING LIST:

– 2 x Link Ball 1.5×2/M1.2

– 2 x 1.5X4X2 Radial Bearing

– 2 x M1.4×6 Pan Head Screw Silver

TIPS AND ADVISES FOR BEST SERVICE:

Link Ball 1.5×2/M1.2: Remove original one using a smaller plier (the base of the ball have flange nut), heat with lighter or solder iron the ball in order to remove it easy. Remember add lock thread once new one linkage ball are installed, not over tighten.

1.5X4X2 Radial Bearing: Original bearing are installed with lock thread compound to assure the best assembly precision, the fast and easy way to unlock the bearing form they position is put 5 minutes in boil water. Use smaller pliers to manipulate it and with a 1.5 hex screw drive you can easy push out the bearing. Dry and clean the parts before insert new bearing, Remember to add a thinner layer of Blue lock thread around the outside bearing ring and insert the bearing just like you remover it. To push in place the bearing you can operate with 3 mm hex screw driver.

M1.4×6 Pan Head Screw Silver: These screws just replace the original one used to lock tail blade.

Line Break - Medium Red

LX0380 – 130 X – Lynx Head Main Grip Service Bag
Price per Unit (piece) : $7.95

Service pack per Lynx 130X Head Main Grip p/n LX0288 and LX0355

PACKING LIST:

– 2 x Link Ball 3X2.5

– 4 x 2X5X2 Radial Bearing

– 2 x O-Ring Silicon Red

– 2 x Hex Cup Screw M2X8

TIPS AND ADVISES FOR BEST SERVICE:

Link Ball 3X2.5: Remove original one using Hex Screw Driver 1.3mm and heat with lighter or solder iron the ball in order to remove it easy. Remember add lock thread once new one linkage ball are installed, not over tighten.

2X5X2 Radial Bearing : Original bearing are installed with lock thread compound to assure the best assembly precision, the fast and easy way to unlock the bearing form they position is put 5 minutes in boil water. Use smaller pliers to manipulate it and with a 1.5 hex screw drive you can easy pass true the bearing holes and push out the bearing. Dry and clean the parts before insert new bearing, Remember to add a thinner layer of Blue lock thread around the outside bearing ring and insert the bearing just like you remover it. To push in place the bearing you can operate with 3 mm hex screw driver.

O-Ring Silicone Red: insert it pushing carefully with fingers over the link ball; don’t use tools that can easy damage it.

Hex Cup Screw M2X8: These screws just replace the original one used to lock main blade.

Line Break - Medium Red

LX0379 – 130 X – Lynx Swash Plate Service Bag
Price per Unit (piece) : $7.95

Service pack per Lynx 130X Swash Plate p/n LX0285 and LX0354

PACKING LIST:

– 5 x Link Ball 3X2.5

– 1 X 130X Swash Center Ball

– 5 X O-Ring Silicon Red

TIPS AND ADVISES FOR BEST SERVICE:

Link Ball 3X2.5: Remove original one using Hex Screw Driver 1.3mm and heat with lighter or solder iron the ball in order to remove it easy. Remember add lock thread once new one linkage ball are installed, not over tighten.

Swash Center Ball: Remove the original one from the lower swash plate side, rotate the ball 90 degree and push it out from dedicated slot. Clean the swash cavity and insert new Swash center ball in the same way you remove it, insert the ball and then rotate it 90 degree in the fly position.

O-Ring Silicone Red: insert it pushing carefully with fingers over the link ball; don’t use tools that can easy damage it.

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