Customs: Help With Universe 2.0 IronHide's Chest

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  1. struecker85

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    Working on Ironhide/Trailbreaker custom and need some help get the chest part to stay in the back window?
     
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    Isn't it attached via some gears to the rear bumper? If so, just cut and glue. Simple.
     
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    i would but i don't know where to cut
     
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    help me out please
     
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    Mine's still drying from varnishing, so i can't see the mechanism right now, but from what i remember, it was just a coil of wire the attached the chest piece to the bumper. As long as you cut between the coil of wire and the chest piece, you should be fine. And if you don't plan on keeping the coil, then you can cut nearly anywhere.

    Main point being cut anywhere, so long as you dont damage the chest piece, or the pin the holds the bumper.There shouldn't be a problem. As long as the chest plate is removed, the you can worry about the rest of the stuff.

    Just get the chest plate removed by cutting somewhere between it and the bumper, then get rid of everything that's left in there. Simple.
     
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    i have the piece out i will try this thanks bro
     

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