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Anonymous 08/10/14(Sun)13:32 UTC+1 No.4347382 Report

Please help.

I recently bought Generations Rhinox, and it's such a good toy. But, his hip joint (especially on the left leg) is loose and I'm having trouble standing him up.

Anyone else have this problem? Any solutions to help fix it?
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Anonymous 08/10/14(Sun)13:34 UTC+1 No.4347383 Report

>>4347382
Sit him down. His hips are complete shit and there is no way to fix them. Such a wonderful sculpt too. So sad.
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Ash 08/10/14(Sun)13:34 UTC+1 No.4347385 Report

Floor polish/ clear nail polish or small dab of superglue in the socket then move the joint every so often. Rinse and repeat until joint is stiff. Usually only once or twice is needed
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Ash 08/10/14(Sun)13:36 UTC+1 No.4347389 Report

>>4347385
Ah its not a balljoint so thats not an option.
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Anonymous 08/10/14(Sun)14:06 UTC+1 No.4347444 Report

>>4347389
yes it is. It worked perfectly fine on mine
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Anonymous 08/10/14(Sun)17:28 UTC+1 No.4347722 Report

>>4347389
Clear nail polish will still work, even on universal joints. You're just filling the gaps and creating more friction.
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Anonymous 08/10/14(Sun)19:32 UTC+1 No.4347947 Report

>>4347382
The hips are loose, and not the knees? Are we talking front to back, or outward motion?
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Anonymous 08/10/14(Sun)21:13 UTC+1 No.4348138 Report

>>4347385
>>4347722
Thanks a lot. I'll try it out.

>>4347947
The knees are fine. It's the backward/forwards motion that is loose.
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