Classics Bumblebee assembly error

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  1. TwoKingMick

    TwoKingMick Mick

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    I've just picked up a bumblebee over here in singapore. The problem is one of his shoulders is attached backwards. That means one should is about 8mm higher than the other and he doesn't line up properly in car mode. I noticed that several of the cliffjumpers i've seen don't look like they line up properly. Is this a common problem?
     
  2. mx-01 archon

    mx-01 archon Well-Known Member

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    Not an issue with any of the Bumblebees I've seen, or own.
     
  3. Greyryder

    Greyryder Kitbashed

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    Not seen that on Bumblebee, nut my Cliffjumper had it. I hate having to dissasemble a new toy, to fix a factory screw up.
     
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    Weirdwolf TFYLP Podcast Founder TFW2005 Supporter

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    No problems here. Haven't heard of this issue before now.
     
  5. TwoKingMick

    TwoKingMick Mick

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    Does that mean I'm the first to point this out? Was it difficult to fix your cliffjumper?
     
  6. DWN013

    DWN013 Holy crap in a pita!

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    My bumblebee had this problem back in oct/nov when I got it. Wasn't too difficult to fix, just had to fiddle with it a bit to work around the pins in the shoulders.
     

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