Customs: Cybertron Galvatron wrist cuffs repair?

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  1. Autovolt 127

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    My Cybertron Galvatron's wrist cuff on his right arm keeps comming off and it's driving me crazy it fits on but when i transform it it comes off is their any kind of glue that can keep it on without being glued their forever?
     

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    Questions always go in general discussion, just FYI. As for that, I've never heard of this problem happening on the mold. I no longer own mine anymore, but I don't remember seeing how that could be possible without you having literally broken the plastic piece.
     
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    I just won't stay on anymore.

    I snapped off clean last year if i glue it on the inside can i still transform my Galvatron.
     
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    anyone has had this problem with the cybertron Megatron/Galvatron mold?
     
  5. chlokai

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    don't own this mold, but why not try the super glue joint tightening thing, it adds an extra 'layer' to make the joint's tighter, it could work for this....just a thought
     
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    You're the first person I've ever seen mention this happening to them.
     
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    I never did get the mold either, but I second Chlokai's advice. I think there may be a tutorial for this around here.
     
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    Wow really after like 3 years of the mold out not one cuff repair?
     
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    ???????? anyone?????
     
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    ??????????????????????
     
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    any help??????
     
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    Post a pic of the problem or just try the super glue thing
     
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    But will it still transform?
     
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    If i glue it will it still transform??????
     
  15. chlokai

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    the idea is not to super glue it together, you add a small amount of glue to the loose area, but keep separating it so it doesn't glue together but makes the loose part tighter, I usually use it for when i am customiseing a junker with loose joints on it.
     

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