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  1. TOJ
    11-15-2015 07:17 PM - permalink
    If you ask my advise I would better restore the TL-01. I have a TL-01, it is a very simple, durable & robust design, very few parts count,and easy availability of parts, you can replace the chassis/drive gears/arms/dog-bones easily & cheaply. While the DF03 the design of the rear dogbone is not good, it creates a lot of friction & wear. TA03 is complex design and very brittle parts, and almost no where to buy replacement parts for it, which is why i would also ask you which store did you see the ta03f pro available, coz they might have some parts few on stock still left that I might need so want to check out that store. Where exactly / which store did you see a TA03F pro for sale?
  2. TOJ
    10-26-2015 06:42 PM - permalink
    hello, gud day & welcome to the hobby, you ,mentioned " (Maybe a DF03RA with the Evo X body or go with the TA03F Pro..)" both are old kits specially the TA03F Pro, so are you saying this because someone is selling you the 2 kits you mentioned or where did you see a TA03F Pro for sale?

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