You just said that you've always done it successfully right? There certainly becomes a point a where the mechanical advantage of the control surface over the servo will cause the servo to fail but as long as you are using appropriate servos for the application you should be fine. Now I havent read the thread but I know that there are a lot of idiots over there and I can just see them putting standard Futaba 3003 servos in a 25% Cap and trying to get 45 degrees of deflection. And we all know what would happen there :wink:surfnaked said:Move the clevis closer to the surface to get more throw? Ive ALWAYS done that and never had any problems but now im worried after reading that huge thread on (ick) rcu.
But your a Pro-Bro so just use common sense and you'll be fine.