Last night I finally put my Chinese bought biped together. Quite an exercise in frustration really, virtually every darn bracket had to be bend to fit. In hindsight I'd better made the brackets myself!
Anyway, the kit came with aluminium servo horns that are slightly too big for my Towerpro 996 servos. (It takes talent, I guess, to make things exactly so that the don't fit perfectly.) The result is of course that I have unacceptable play on the horn, weren't those aluminium horns suppose to be more durable and accurate than the plastic ones?
I'm not the first one here to buy these servo horns and servos, so someone out here already figured out the perfect solution. I think glue won't do the job because of the torque and eventually the warming up of the servo. And if it works, it will be hard to get the horn of if necessary. Maybe a lock washer will do the job?
So, how did you solve this problem? Or do you have any ideas?