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Old 10-08-2013, 12:47 PM
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Question TL01B help Newbie help!

Hi all! Im new to this site! I live in the UK and im an average teenager with limited funds !

Ive had this TL-01B for a few months and want to convert it back to a TL-01 road car with the short arms etc.... But im not totally sure on what to buy to complete it but would like to switch back and forth on the same chassis from the extended arms etc to the standard arms etc

Ive been looking on ebay and i think i might need this spare parts bag...http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Tamiya-507...item589d83f02b
Then the adjustable tie ends? http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/3508240682...84.m1438.l2649


Also The specs of the RC is Standard silver can motor, ball bearings on the way(can they be taken out and then placed into the standard tl01 parts if i decide to switch ?), everything else is pretty stock did have some fun with just pure rwd.

Hopefully wanting to run a 19T motor with everything else untouched and just switch between parts.

Please help me on this
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Welcome to rcuniverse.....

ive always had a soft spot for the TL01. I still have 2 of them lol.
ok, what u will need is....
top camber links
bottom controll arms and screws
front toe links
dogbones
Touring car body mounts
touring car wheels
touring car body

By the looks the 50737 parts bag will cover the
Top camber links
Bottom controll arms
ballends for toe links
Touring Car body mounts..

u will still need
2 screws to mount the front body mounts
8 screws to assemble the bottom controll arms
2 turnbuckles for toe links
4 dog bones
Tc wheels
Tc body. And clips

hope this helps good luck

oh.... just make sure ur ESC is rated for a 19t motor
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Originally Posted by phmaximus
Welcome to rcuniverse.....

ive always had a soft spot for the TL01. I still have 2 of them lol.
ok, what u will need is....
top camber links
bottom controll arms and screws
front toe links
dogbones
Touring car body mounts
touring car wheels
touring car body

By the looks the 50737 parts bag will cover the
Top camber links
Bottom controll arms
ballends for toe links
Touring Car body mounts..

u will still need
2 screws to mount the front body mounts
8 screws to assemble the bottom controll arms
2 turnbuckles for toe links
4 dog bones
Tc wheels
Tc body. And clips

hope this helps good luck

oh.... just make sure ur ESC is rated for a 19t motor
Okay thanks for the help! Ive ordered the parts bag along with 4 dog bones also with a 6mm hex for wheels as i brought http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2906996028...84.m1439.l2649 and will soon put some pvc pipe to make them drift wheels .... I think i got a few spare screws but not sure... anyone on the forum have a bunch of spare screws willing to sell cheap haha or could get them from a D.I.Y shop? also the turnbuckles if anyone has a spare set i could have i'm willing to pay for But the body can wait as im going to mould a Mitsubishi Legnum estate as a project at college!
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Don't know if r local DYI shop would have them?

but the Tamiya 50577 screw bag is under $6

and a complete tie rod set... 53300 for $10

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