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Everything posted by sylverbard

  1. If youre adding a shim, it will need filling and painting. No way around it. Big shim on inside to glue to thigh pieces, another piece on top to level it out, two seams to Bondo and paint the thighs. Front and back cover strips as normal.
  2. It's just bend abs strips. Like 2cm wide and heat and bend around a metal screwdriver so you've got 2cm overlap to hold the webbing. Not mandatory for stunt builds.
  3. Just prop the ab plate up on pillows except the hammer point. Or make webbing snap plates and glue on with e6000.
  4. I've got two snaps in front and three at the overlap point in back. My belt doesn't pop off. I've had the abs ammo part pop off the canvas when a kid grabbed it. Holds holstered blaster just fine. If a belt is popping it's likely a tad tight and being strained by the back half sliding around.
  5. You want two part epoxy. Bondo I'd a filler not a glue. Rough each surface for best adhesion. You could also drill a small hole in each and pin with thin straight wire to keep in place and help adhesion.
  6. I've gotten that ticket. Not saying what I was wearing.
  7. Are those the cookies that will make me fail my drug tests at school?
  8. They likely had to pay tax out of profits and got burned with the tiered pricing . Usually pre-order sales are full pop plus tax.
  9. Shipping they are working on. See if it still says you can cancel for a full refund up until the shipping notice.
  10. More than Tokyo earthquake?
  11. Hydra does.Take a good look again at the first order logo...Hydra, top view.
  12. In most states and provinces there's a traffic violation for operating a vehicle while improperly attired / capable of driving safely. Its the law they use for ticketing people who crash wearing high heels, kiss boots, wedges, car packed on moving day and the seats all the way up and you can barely move feet, etc. Don't ruin the armour driving in it.
  13. That's why I used clips. One side stays open, easy on, clipped. even without it opens another 50 percent front and back and I can put it on. With longer hair in a smart braid it would just take another second of wiggling.
  14. I still think you need to rethink. Nobody I know / seen has ever needed that much hardware to connect front to back and hang shoulders and biceps from. The bridges are supposed to float in back and at higher levels are held in place buy the white elastic. I've got...two parachute clips, sixteen inches of industrial Velcro, sixteen inches of white webbing, eight inches of black webbing, and half a stick of hot glue, holding chest to back, shoulder bells, biceps, and forearms. All on piece. Nothing moves. Webbing doesn't flex if it's glued close enough to the middle. The parachute clips in the middle don't flex and the strap to the bells is glued between webbing from chest to back.
  15. Sorry, but the HUD browser in my TK is set to never accept cookies....
  16. Yo. I'm 47. Centurion. Consider the gauntlet thrown, Sirrah. ;-)
  17. They don't allow discounts on payment plans for sure. Black Friday is coming :-)
  18. The white elastic around the bridge will help . Shoulder bells and biceps don't weigh much...it sounds more like the front to back strapping needs to be more secure all the way on the surface of the chest and back do it can't move outwards. You used webbing not elastic right? Glue it down as far as it goes without glueing to the bridge and slide the white elastic up almost flush. Tighten the elastic if its too loose.
  19. What he said. Do the black first then the grey after. Pinstripe tape helps too.
  20. I still dont understand but that's OK. My shoulders are held on with nylon and glue biceps glued to that. Forearms glued to them. All goes on like hockey pass and I've got lots of motion. Elastic would just ...fall.
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