Matt Convoy wrote:Grabbed a loose G2 Swindle at BotCon that seems like one side was dropped in some soda and wasn't thoroughly washed off, and now the wheels are stuck. Any advice on cleaning out the axles?
Hiboman wrote:I recently got Prime First Edition Cliffjumper, and one of the pins in his legs (the one that the window panel folds in on right at his knee) is not quite the right shape, so the plastic around it making up the joint is cracked.
How do I safely fix the joint so that the pin will still rotate?
I am having the exact same problem with my RTS Wreck-Gar, on one of his handlebars.
My first post in this thread, so here goes...
I am sure many of you own a KO of the Fansproject City Commander/Shadow Commander which has the annoying loose shoulders and/or arms!
Can anyone be kind enough to direct me to a part of this thread or alt website where I can find various ways of modding/fixing the KO armour to prevent the parts from falling off?
I own both the original and KO version of the Classics Optimus Prime/Nemesis/Magnus figures, so alternate ways to fix the KO problems would be appreciated.
Are some of the KO armours worse than others despite coming from the same mold or are they all the same?
Hope the many fans of these versions will be able to guide me in the right direction with fixing these (what would be) great pieces of 3rd party (KO) add ons!
Canned Pasta wrote:This thread was extremely helpful before, so I figured I would revive it.
Anyway, to start it back up, I have a question.
I recently bought the new 20th DVD Prime, and I want to paint the gun black instead of having it blue, yellow, and gray.
What would be the best type of paint to use for this>
Fires_Of_Inferno wrote:Just a general question here. I have an Acidstorm who's arm broke off. The hinge joint on the shoulder broke in a way that the peg on front panel with the yellow stripe on it snapped off of it's base. I put some crazy glue on it to give it a fix and let it dry for a couple of days. Just tried to reassemble it now but I get scared that it'll break again when I try to move the shoulder.
My question is: does anyone know of a good bonding agent I could use that wouldn't be too prone to breaking again?
warzon3 wrote:This is probably been discussed before, but my the white paint on Classics Prowl doors is becoming discolored is there away to clean that with out messing up the pain job? It doesn't seem soap and water really does the job.
Also looks like the Autobot symbol on his chest is is fading away over time and now looks orange. Were there some paint flaws when this guys was produced?