1. Determine where on the chassis you want to place the servo. Using 1/2" SHCSs and kep nuts, attach the single-servo motor bracket to the
chassis – note that the side with one long piece standing up is where the back of the servo faces (Figure 1).
2. Slide the servo into the bracket. The flanged sides on the front of the servo should go on the outside of the two prongs of the bracket
(Figure 2). Using 3/8" BHCSs and kep nuts, attach the servo to the mount.
3. At this point, it is possible to attach other pieces – such as channels, angles, and flat bars – directly to the servo horn (Figure 3). However, using a pivot bracket will make a stronger pivot (see next section).