How do I tighten ROTF Combiner joints?

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  1. Demonss

    Demonss Well-Known Member

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    Those stupid stars that go in are nothing but a hassle.. My Superion's legs fall off every 2 seconds.. I sneeze, and Superion's legs have seemingly flown across the room..

    I heard clear nail polish, but I tried that on some Ultra magnus Canons for my Shadow Commander, and the first time I put them in the nail polish just seemed to flake off.. Unless I just didn't use the right thing or something..

    Help! :) 
     
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    Really? My are very tight. Maybe you should put some glue in the socket parts of the Ariel Bots.
     
  3. Spoon

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    I used to think my Superion's legs were loose, but it's just a matter of putting the legs in at the right angle.
     
  4. Demonss

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    You know..
    That could be the problem.
    I do find that sometimes when I'm trying to combine the legs that stupid upper leg plate slides down a little bit and screws me up..
     
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    Yup, the trick is gripping it tightly, so it doesn't slide down.

    I takes a bit to get the hang of.
     
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    I have the same problem, but with the arms. I can't get them to point out forward and stay there. They just go right back down to his side. It's as if the socket is to big or the peg is to small.
     
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    Mine are actually tighter than my energon superion.
     

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