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What your suggesting is what a normal TK runs with, with regards to the legacy there are returns although the requirement is not clearly listed in the crl its these little differences that make the legacy stand out In my opinion

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What your suggesting is what a normal TK runs with, with regards to the legacy there are returns although the requirement is not clearly listed in the crl its these little differences that make the legacy stand out In my opinion

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This is exactly what I needed to see. Thanks a bunch!!!!

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Added the brow and trimmed it, bolted the pieces together (although I need to either trim the screws or find shorter ones) and I rough cut the teeth and eye holes.
Still need to fine trim them and sand them down. 7facf5747f021a1b6b0339dde15e0b1a.jpg9cb2f2a811c1df25ee22fd89aefb9fb5.jpge09e5cdfd76a76b79067f7b03fab2a79.jpg

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Removed the tape this afternoon. Traps came out pretty good, I guess. Teeth need some cleaning up. Will buy mineral spirits tomorrow to fix them. d03756dde09c928546c840decb40534f.jpg&key=0c31b779a9512d43553af68f94b420749a6d6dac28cddd9668f573b8452921e8a81367c9143a463d3adf9d00f9c29661.jpg&key=5df19aab720cb6a4f9714b948a54e64c305eba67fec2b135c2b9162d448553a7ca2b3c08c7a739f64f940a7a5ab40f33.jpg&key=b4503b2999f6de0a879f70714a6234a6a6719bca85387a623ae6c89fff4141c9

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I have mineral spirits.... u have a small container u can store it in ? I can go right now...


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I have mineral spirits.... u have a small container u can store it in ? I can go right now...


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I appreciate that very much! Im at Aurora's right now tho

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Didn't have the confidence to paint the tube stripes, so I ordered them from Trooperbay. Pretty easy to affix. Went with the edge of the cheek and went straight back to the ear from there. Went with 11 stripes. CRL says between 9 & 16. 11 just felt right. d2d081b0b798d63895d080896c77869a.jpgca44026229f9305f0df84a95322616f7.jpgf051617b2f5060880aa450994b5d6a74.jpg

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With the stripes you don't want them on an angle, should really be a pencil width all the way. You could if careful peel them off, I'd apply some tape over the top first to keep the spacing then gently peel backwards ;) 

 

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For cleaning any excess paint I find toothpicks really helpful.

 

 

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With the stripes you don't want them on an angle, should really be a pencil width all the way. You could if careful peel them off, I'd apply some tape over the top first to keep the spacing then gently peel backwards  
 
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For cleaning any excess paint I find toothpicks really helpful.
 
 
Awww snap. Ok, i'll try that. Thanks!!!

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Hovi tips were a lot easier to make than I imagined. I found that the butt end of my mini screwdriver fit perfectly into the hovi tip hole. So I cut the mesh in half and made two little "cups" using the screwdriver handle.
I trimmed off excess mesh and it fit perfectly.
Before I glued them in, though, I drilled a hole into the black tip, right in the center. I also drilled a hole into the mask where tips attach. I screwed them in and painted the screws black. Then I smeared a bit of e6000 on the inside of the tip and applied the mesh. 1f969019347c73cb3148f7bbff5231c3.jpgcbe63811c8d558fd2551be411778744a.jpg0628d677a8af356fda3090a39f47aacd.jpgf960c560d693d0fd03aaf78495e5aba4.jpg

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Did a little more work on my bucket today. Attempted to fix the teeth paint, vocoder paint, and also taped up the ears and painted those. Oh, I also respaced the stripes.

 

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Bought a screen repair kit because I didn't want to buy a whole roll of screen.
It came with a tacky adhesive backing which I just rolled off. I then placed it over the frown and used a silver sharpie to mark the corners.
I pretty much eyeballed it, trimmed it, and smeared e6000 on the edges. 798e80c13faa774faa3cb0ad658576e0.jpge7d8b914fcb50c953d7f2f08ae65d80f.jpg6012a5a712f75432fcf35e68b6faf596.jpg329382c529ca1917055c419a85a59f73.jpg

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