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Broken kit servo saver. Best to replace with a small or medium kimbrough servo saver or is there a more obvious option out there

I thought I could spend a few hours searching the net or just ask what the best one is

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Giant Kimbrough servo saver and some strong turnbuckles and you will never look back

Although these look like a good solution as well https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/GPM-LB160...2Q3wQ_8USk7vuw
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Thanks

I saw that listing but I remember how good the reputation of Kimbrough was/is so I may just try and get a medium somewhere. It’s only for my three year old so fingers crossed I will turn down the speedo

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