Customs: combiner elbows and knees

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  1. firebapx

    firebapx Starscream

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    ok im making a custom combiner and iv noticed that everyone that does a deveastator or menasour or what ever they all have theelbow and knee joints or at least they all look the same i was just wondering if you could tell me what they are and where i can get some please thanks for your help
     
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    Megatron31 I Belong to Nobody! TFW2005 Supporter

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    typically most are done using primus or unircon parts

    usually devastator uses unircons lower waist and knees and primus forearms and elbow's
     
  3. firebapx

    firebapx Starscream

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    would there be anything i could substatute for those that is more readly avalable cus i know there hard to come by and bloody expensive lol
     
  4. LeAmourVrai

    LeAmourVrai Autobot

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    You could ask around over at the "Wanted Items" section for junk Unicron /Primus joints. I can't really think of a substitute as those are the only transformers big enough and have decent joints for custom combiners (at least for me). :) 
     
  5. Treadshot A1

    Treadshot A1 Or just 'A1' for short...

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    Okay, for joints, just use any good strong ratchet joints (the ones that click when you try to bend them).

    Some examples of things people have used are Lego Knights, Neo Shifters, etc.

    But yeah, Primus/Unicron are definitely the most common. Failing that, Cybertron Metroplex, and Cybertron Starscream (supreme size) are good choices.
     

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