SAB Carbon Fiber Tail Push rod - Goblin 630 [HC237-S]

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HC237-S
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1 x Carbon rod Ø4 x Ø2,5 x 635    2 x PLASTIC BALL LINK  2 x Threaded rod M2,5x40 To be used on- Goblin 630 helicopters

1 x Carbon rod Ø4 x Ø2,5 x 635 
 2 x PLASTIC BALL LINK
 2 x Threaded rod M2,5x40

To be used on

- Goblin 630 helicopters

Type: 

Helicopter Part

Vendor: 

SAB Heli Division

SKU: 

HC237-S

Weight: 

1.0 lb


Product Spare Parts


Electronics

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
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Joseph F.
Goblin 630 Tail Linkage Reveiw

The linkage arrived in excellent condition, and installed perfectly.

L
LePhrog
Great product. Made 700 flights on a Goblin 630 before changing it

After about 700 flights on my Goblin 630, some distinct wear was visible on the rod where the push rod guide is. I expect to use my new rod for another 600-700 flights!

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Shane B.

I had to buy this push rod because the first one had been rubbed by the push rod guide to the point of failure. SAB says you have to drill out the guide to make it wider and you have to reinforce this push rod so it doesn't get eaten by the guide. They suggested heat shrink which didn't work for me. I used a very thin coating of 5 min epoxy. and that has held up for a dozen flights so far.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
67%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
33%
(1)
J
Joseph F.
Goblin 630 Tail Linkage Reveiw

The linkage arrived in excellent condition, and installed perfectly.

L
LePhrog
Great product. Made 700 flights on a Goblin 630 before changing it

After about 700 flights on my Goblin 630, some distinct wear was visible on the rod where the push rod guide is. I expect to use my new rod for another 600-700 flights!

S
Shane B.

I had to buy this push rod because the first one had been rubbed by the push rod guide to the point of failure. SAB says you have to drill out the guide to make it wider and you have to reinforce this push rod so it doesn't get eaten by the guide. They suggested heat shrink which didn't work for me. I used a very thin coating of 5 min epoxy. and that has held up for a dozen flights so far.