Customs: How to fix a G1 brawl

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  1. cowclone

    cowclone I am lost..were am I?

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    YA, Does any one know how to fix g1 brawl if this happened?
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    any plan would work.
    help me he's my first g1 transformer.:cry 
     
  2. Terrorcon_King

    Terrorcon_King Has Gone Transmetal

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    have you tired using Epoxy glue?
     
  3. cowclone

    cowclone I am lost..were am I?

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    ya but then it can transform or spin
     
  4. aurascope

    aurascope Well-Known Member

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    the cheapest fix is to buy another one.
    if you insist on fixing this one, it can be done,
    but it will cost way more labour and time
    than buying a new one.
    also, it will never be as good as it was.
     
  5. MegaMoonMan

    MegaMoonMan OFFICIAL MMM REP

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    It's not a big deal - just take the stump out that the turret broke off of and superglue it back together. It looks like a clean break, and if you glue it cleanly and clamp it while it dries it should be good as new.

    If superglue doesn't hold, move up to something stronger.
     
  6. Superquad7

    Superquad7 OCP Police Crime Prevention Unit 001 Super Content Contributor

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    I'd also recommend scoring both parts as well before you glue it :) 
     
  7. yourreflection

    yourreflection Well-Known Member

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    What about just putting it on a ball-joint?
     
  8. cowclone

    cowclone I am lost..were am I?

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    that could work if there is no cutting