MJX Bugs 2 feet / landing gear to get the thing up off the ground (or in my case, to carry a DIY Gimbal that you can see in the photo), I didn't like the idea of covering the LED's with legs or attaching heavy after market ones, so made my own.
Remove the four screws from the Bugs 2 case before inserting the legs, that way if you break them in a heavy crash and can't remove them with a pair of pliers, you can dismantle the bug and push the remaining pieces of leg out the screw hole from the inside with a small screwdriver (I learnt that the hard way).
These legs are a very tight fit into the holes and do not deliberately sit flush to the body for the aforementioned reason, depending on your printer you may need to adjust them slightly, in the 7zip file I have included my original 3DS Max 8 project file (there is also the OBJ, STL and a TEVO Tornado SD Card Print ready to go gco file).
On my printer this takes 2-3 hours to print so I recommend turning the bed temp down to 0 once the first few layers have been printed and then turn it back up again to 40 to get them off. If you have to remove the legs from the bug, twist/turn them out, don't pull them directly otherwise they will break.
These legs will NOT survive a heavy landing or any kind of landing whilst moving at speed, I suggest using the auto take off / landing feature on the bug with them attached.
At 4% infill on a TEVO Tornado each leg weighs 4g.