Heavy/Scratch: TF Prime/Classics Runamuck, lots of mods[DONE]

Discussion in 'Radicons Customs' started by G60Force, Dec 11, 2012.

  1. G60Force

    G60Force World Smallest Mini-Con

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    You know what I have it in my displaycase next 2 my custom Runamuck fom the WJ mold, but damn... in person I'm now really doubtinh which 2 keep :( 

    anyway :D  let not waste time talking...
    here is the WIP from more blah blah:
    http://www.tfw2005.com/boards/radic...-runamuck-runabout-wip-new-arm-door-mods.html

    Enjoy C&C welcome!

    UPDATE:
    While taking apart his twin brother, I thought "screw it"...
    well ehm there weren't many screw in there, just lots of pins :( 
    the worst was 1 I couldn't get 2 at first and I almost F*cked up...
    then I decided the drill a hole diagonally towards the hidden pin-head
    (it's seen on the pics but might b hard 2 tell)
    then heated the other side just long enough so I could c it rising,
    that's where I quickly pressed a nail in the freshly made hole and voila!
    behold the inner sides of the lower leg + shoulder hinges (orange) part-swapped


    EXTRA: I really growing 2 love these, might sell the other pair instead :D 
     

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  2. Mal

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    nice :thumbs2: 
     
  3. Ruckyducky

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    It looks alot like the Stig from Top Gear.
     
  4. G60Force

    G60Force World Smallest Mini-Con

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    ;)  thnx!

    OMG now I can't unsee it :D 
     
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    UPDATE:
    While taking apart his twin brother, I thought "screw it"...
    well ehm there weren't many screw in there, just lots of pins :( 
    the worst was 1 I couldn't get 2 at first and I almost F*cked up...
    then I decided the drill a hole diagonally towards the hidden pin-head
    (it's seen on the pics but might b hard 2 tell)
    then heated the other side just long enough so I could c it rising,
    that's where I quickly pressed a nail in the freshly made hole and voila!
    behold the inner sides of the lower leg + shoulder hinges (orange) part-swapped


    EXTRA: I really growing 2 love these, might sell the other pair instead :D 
     
  6. warewullf

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    That head works REALLY well! Nicely done!