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  1. Use aluminum foil. With these small parts it's a little bit tricky... but you can restore it.
  2. @isomer1 sorry for the late reply... after some research I'm switched back on the levant route and I've grabbed everithing i could find on ebay. The tt02b is a good option (there are some exemples here), but you must adapt the body and the chassis do not offer so much protection from dirt & c (on tb01 you can use the rally shell protection and w/o the chassis guarantees enough protection) With XV01 you must try all possible combination, ThunderDragonCy has already given you some good tips, but for me it's the "long way" and I've abandoned it. After some upgrades now I have a Levant and a Super Levant
  3. tt02, tb03 & 04, tb-evo 4 & 5, and ta05 are compatible with battery strap #53884 or with the plastic one from #51253
  4. Can't see why it would need to be a separate part and not an one block design.
  5. It's for the front only.... but fit on rear too, any issue on every day usage?
  6. I think the picture is a fake/error or just a not original item. The TRF414 servo stay #53308 is silver and TB01 #53596 is silver too. Only the old #49092 is blu, but it's made for the first TG10 (and TA01/03), so I do not know if is a perfect fit for the TB01...
  7. I know...but i think I lost too much travel... No issue on the fornt, so for the rear I can swap a TRF version
  8. The main difference is the slipper clutch, the super levant has longer chassis to accommodate this gear and manage the 8t brushless motor. Arms, propeller shaft, diff house, damper etc are the same. For my Levant MK II i have only one issue, the rear oil damper: df-03 rear damper are too long. The chassis has not something to keep the arm in the correct position, so with longer damper the universals pops out. In my version I have already insert a spacer, but it's not enough: S So I want to use a short piston rod: With a short rod and a correct spacer (or o-rings) at point 5 the goal is to have at least 3 = 4 In the green circle the rod thread is exposed, so I must dremel a little bit (short spacer at 5). is it worth it? Too little piston excursion? The alternative is to use something different like #54028.
  9. The MK II is a new project, a simple Levant on steroids: Hex screw all around levand body super levant R-teile (front-bumper) DF-02 universals (#53791) DF-03 damper (#53926) DF-03 hard turnbuckle (#53940) WR-02 long wheel axle 9mm wheel hub (#54610) new tblm-02s 17.5 motor tble-02s with fan tsu-05 digital servo (with #51000 servo saver) tb-01 dust cover
  10. l love the Levant... so that is my MK I after a day in the dust: It's made with spare parts and a pretty standard setup: Wild Dagger/Sand Shaker body, tble-02s esc, torque tuned motor and tamiya radio. For the battery I have used a rounded nimh. The body is a perfect fit, you must only add rear body mount. Under the body: Mabuchi and TB01 switch: The TBLE-01 is a nice esc, but has only 5V for the servo, the tble-02s is a good solution: Front stickers: I have tested this beauty in a sunny day on easy hills. On full throttle the car is a little bit boring, but the torque tuned is powerfull enough fo climbing. The temps are ok, but on climbing if the the tyres spins without grip the esc shut down, so a fan can be a nice addon. And here starts the MK II.
  11. I ask only to understand what is the most lasting solution
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