Heavy/Scratch: My Liokaiser

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  1. raoh123

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    Normally it'll be use as Liokaiser's feet. But in my case, since I have some spare bigger feet, I opted to use that. When in alt mode the bigger feet will peg onto Jalguar (since I've designate him as the mobile carrier of this team)
     
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    So you removed the wheels from Onslaught's arms, rotated that assembly to the front, put a 5mm tube in each hand, origamied Leozack into that pose and just slid him onto those posts? And that's all held together securely enough? I may have to see if I can give this a go with my cw guys, and if it works, may be redoing my Liokaiser. Although I would need to figure out some new wheels for Jaruga.
     
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    Yup, spot on! That's exactly what I did. I also added a layer of spray paint on the 5mm pegs, so that keeps it tight in Leozack's grip. For the wheels (front and back), I used a set from a 0.99 cent toy tractor and a remote control car. So perhaps you can find something similar near you.
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    Also, do take note that the Air-Raid I used for Leozack (the CBB KO) has super tight joints (legs and arms) so that also helps in keeping his torso form tight and doesn't flop around when lock onto Jalguar
     
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    Thanks for all the help. I'm sure I'll be able to work something out in terms of wheels. And will have fun figuring it out. :D 
     
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    'ight! Good luck! Can't wait to see the result!
     
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    A simple yet extremely effective solution to make him a 6-bot combiner!
     
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    killbison doesn't still have gold plastic syndrome 0/10 smh my head
     
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    I thought this was the official set but I see you custom painted all these guys yourself! Man..I want to try this. How is the chest stability?
     
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    Pretty stable due to the tight 5 mm post. Also depends on whether or not the figure used as the base has floppy joints, which fortunately in my case is quite tight instead (CBB figures tend to do this)
     
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    Are you ok??? ahaha
     
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    Killbison originally had gold plastic syndrome
     
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    I know, but I was still concern haha
     
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    How long does it take to make the average custom out of deluxes? Thinking about buying a a jackpot and a wreck-gar to make into action master Axer.
     
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    Usually took me 2-3 hours to work on a deluxe. Most of those times are just me waiting for the paint to dry
     
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    Hmm. So if it'll take me about 2 weeks to customize that jackpot and forever to afford it.
     
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    Just take it slow
     
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    Oh I forgot you made that computron too…you’re a madman…lol. Excellent work.
     
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    Nice work!