TFP Bumblebee, Floppy Ab fix?

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  1. javaco

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    im not sure if this has been posted before so merge this if it needs to be.

    buut i just got prime bumblebee today and he's pretty sweet. iv transformed the chest right for the most part, but his ab is a little loose and tends to tilt backwards all the time.

    is there some sort of clicking that hooks the chest to his ab flap piece?

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    the joint in the red square is where it likes to move loosely.
    the piece in the green square is the ab piece that I'm wondering if it click in anywhere
     
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    anyone?
     
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    a picture might help know what you are talking about
     
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    Are you sure you transformed it correctly? Mine was loose until I figured out that I transformed it wrong. The middle bumper plugs inside the spine section. This will lock the ab section down. The rib cage piece would be held securely down by both chest pieces.
     
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    i did that, but it still flops backward. i wish their was a connection piece from the rib cage to the chest (front of car)
     
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    Mine holds together fine.

    Did you push the upper part of the body all the way down? That'll keep the ab area in place.

    Now if there only was a way to keep his damned shoulders in place.
     
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    Mine clicks backwards, but it doesn't just loosely flop backwards.
     

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