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So I have a modified EFP sled that I had rewired by Terry for HD and 12/24v last year. Came to the conclusion my gimbal needs to be re-centered so I brought it to Robert Luna. He needs the gimbal off the post so he can work on it. I futzed around with it and realized I have no way of removing the gimbal off the sled. There's no break point in the cable line anywhere between my top stage and bottom stage. It's a wrapped bundle from top to bottom. My thoughts are I have two, maybe three options: 1. Bring the sled back to Terry and create a break point 2. Disconnect/cut the cables somewhere, get the gimbal fixed, then reconnect cables/Terry creates a break point wherever I cut cables. 3. If I can't just add a break in the line, have Terry disconnect, Luna fixes the gimbal, then Terry reconnects everything (basically I don't take any chances doing it myself and causing horrible, horrible damage). Is there something else I can do? Someone else who can shim my gimbal while it's still on the post? Save me from this cruel fate? I've attached three photos sort of showing the cable. My set up: MKV carbon fiber 2 stage post EFP gimbal EFP top stage EFP/modified battery rack Any help is greatly appreciated. I really want to get this sled up and running at 100% again soon!
I know this has been asked before in this thread, but it has since been locked and is quite old so I don't know if the info is still accurate. Does anybody know the best way to contact Robert Luna (is he still working?). I have an old 3a arm that I am looking to get refurbished / upgraded. Thanks!
Hi all, I've got an MK-V V2 gimbal that is in need of some servicing. I've got noticeable pan friction and cleaning/re-lubing did not help. Anyhow, I'm looking for someone in the US that is able to service that gimbal. Karen at MK-V said there was a place in the US that services them, but I can't seem to find the info and I haven't heard back from Karen. Thanks! ~Mark