Transforming G1 Omega Supreme

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  1. PorkChopKB

    PorkChopKB Bay Harbor Butcher

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    I got it yesterday! yay. I am wondering if there is a trick to moving the turret with the head up into robot mode and vise versa. It is not going easily and I don't want to break any gears as I heard that they are brittle.

    he does work completely!

    Thanks alot

    Ken
     
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    PorkChopKB Bay Harbor Butcher

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    anyone? come one.. there has to someone who knows that will help me out.
     
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    Are you talking about flipping the head up? or rotating the head around? As I understand, I only handled a Mechabot-1, but the head will rotate freely in tank mode, then you flip it up.
     
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    Slide the lower chest piece/batter cover down, hold the flip down front chest piece in and just click whole chest section backwards or forwards. You won't break any gears as it simple connects or disengages the gear to spin the head so it doesn't spin in robot mode. It's the gears in the legs that are brittle

    Hope that helps?
     
  5. PorkChopKB

    PorkChopKB Bay Harbor Butcher

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    not the head turning around.. the whole head assembly flipping up from tank mode to robot. it just feels so unnatural like I am going to break it with the loud clicking when moving in either direction. I just don't want to break it.
     
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    it's fine. it's just the way the pieces are connected. It's pretty much a ratchet joint. those guys are always loud. :) 
     

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