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  1. The wheels are moulded in yellow. The original white wheels won't take dye, so paint is the only option if you can't find an original yellow set.
  2. Try this http://www.rcchannel.com.tw/index.php?cPath=27&osCsid=cfrrlui7ejbvlk4l46i9nugvm3 I reamed out the arms and used the collars then used the pins with the e-clips.
  3. Just need two for the brace, there are a good fit - just don't over tighten them, when the screw stops resist giving it a little extra! The end of the screw just pokes out - as in the clip.
  4. The brace doesn't come with any hardware. I used Tamiya M3 *10 tapping screw when I did mine. Have a look at Ampro's video showing the installation.
  5. Bodywise I would go for a lexan Rough Rider type with the rear removed - team blue groove do a MRP Mears body on ebay https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MRP-MEARS-BODY-rough-rider-buggy-champ-rc10-vtg/150590024979?hash=item230fdd6d13:g:NI8AAMXQROxRFxaI So it would look like the one below. The rear cage looks like it was for the Super Champ, so maybe a Super Champ/Fighting Buggy rear bumper set up could work. RC Channel make one - link http://www.rcchannel.com.tw/product_info.php?cPath=56&products_id=466
  6. NIP CRP Alloy rear wheel cover for the original Holiday buggy or Sand Rover. £25.00 posted in UK, will post international check for cost first.
  7. New set of Nova Fox/ Fox wheels for sale. £15 post in UK.
  8. Unused Ampro double wishbone front end for Rising Fighter, Super Hornet or Grasshopper 2 for sale. Great improvement over the kit front susupension, massively reduces bump steer. Link for fitting https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xnGZ4CmPWXk £30 posted in the UK.
  9. Pm sent. Photos of the wheels.
  10. I've got a set with little use to sell, are you in the U.K?
  11. Have a look a the Sand Scorcher items on http://www.rcchannel.com.tw/index.php?cPath=26 not that cheap and the shocks can still be bit 'leaky' but all very nicely made. Their rear suspension mod also keeps the rear wheels level.
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