OK, this is a simple Instructable, but a really valuable little tip if you do many servos at all. I'm now into planes requiring up to seventeen gazillion servos, but even if you are doing only four, you should appreciate this tip.
I will assume that you already know that the eyelets go in from the bottom, not the top. There is a very good and important reason for this and if enough people don't know why, perhaps I could write another Instructable on that point.
Let's get started.
Step 1: Here's How Not to Do It
Step 2: Slide Them on Your Screwdriver
You probably have a set of small screwdrivers, maybe a set of jewelers screwdrivers. Find one that fits the eyelets. If you don't have one, you can substitute a drill bit that fits. If you have a set of Number drills, you can find one that fits perfectly. But you will find it easier with the small screwdriver and those sets are like dirt cheap at the local cheap tool store. I use a Phillips, but a straight slot screwdriver will work just as well
Slide the four eyelets onto the screwdriver. They do not have to fit the screwdriver perfectly, but close is good. This one is perfect and makes easy work of installing them.