We describe a case of a type IIIb endoleak arising from the main body of a Talent endograft that was treated using two telescoping cuffs and two parallel upside-down inserted Excluder contralateral legs, thereby creating a new bifurcating endograft. First, a 23-mm cuff was deployed onto the flow divider of the Talent endograft, followed by a second 28-mm cuff below the renal arteries creating a tapering lumen. Two 20-mm Excluder contralateral limbs were then positioned upside-down in the 23-mm cuff and deployed simultaneously, creating a new bifurcated prosthesis. Control computed tomography (CT) scan at 6 weeks showed a good position of the endografts without signs of an endoleak. In conclusion, a type IIIb endoleak at the level of the flow divider may successfully be excluded using two telescoping cuffs and two parallel upside-down contralateral Excluder limbs. Due to the rarity of this complication, the treatment will always have to be tailor-made.