Rotf Leader prime hand help.

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  1. Ace Convoy

    Ace Convoy Well-Known Member

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    I'm looking at some ROTF Prime customs and I see that some of them have movable finges

    What hands are those from and where can I get some.
     
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    I think that a lot of the customs used Gundam hands, probably from 1/60 scale models.
     
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    I'm pretty sure one of the Radicons was selling them when ROTF Prime came out. It might have been alimited supply though.
     
  4. Zildjian

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    PM me.... I sell them.
     
  5. Sioce

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    Alot of the prime customs use TFTM Primes hands.
     
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    jametron Release the Kraken!!!!!!!

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    Yeah I was gonna say I didn't know what was being used, but TF1 OP hands would be my first guess, as well as probably the best choice to use. If I still had my TF1 OP, I would have switched them out by now, I'm sure.
     
  7. axiom

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    I used Gundam Perfect Grade Wing Zero hands on mine. Now they are painted silver and attached to Buster Prime, sorry, no pics of that yet. (he can still hold the gun too)
     

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  8. Ace Convoy

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    thanks^^
     
  9. Ace Convoy

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    so will any 1/60th scale Gundam hands work?
     
  10. Valkysas

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    seems like one hell of an expensive option...

    the PG wing zero is what, around $180?
     
  11. Ace Convoy

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    yeah I just checked..........................................................My Mom started laughing when I showed it to her.
     
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    if you want to use gundam hands, the best option would probably be the 1/60 No-Grade Strike Gundam.

    there's other 1/60 No-Grade kits with posable hands, but the Strike isnt in high demand, so it's easier to find.

    it's around $40

    and yeah, thats the cheapest it gets for 1/60 gundam kits with fully articulated hands.
     
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    axiom What the what?!?! Moderator

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    Yeah, I have that and the Perfect Grade RX-78 in my closet (fully painted) collecting dust. I figured I would probably just end up getting rid of them anyway so I took their hands!:sly2:  The RX-78's were too big. I don't care about my Gundams anymore so, why not. Here are the comparison shots. I'm sure you could use any 1/60 scale hands as long as they aren't too big.
     

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    wow....well After I finish this years TF shopping I'll look into this
     

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