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  1. On 9/14/2021 at 4:56 PM, mikeszekely said:

    @Negotiator @M'Kyuun

    Get a trim removal tool from an auto parts store. This one from Napa has three different ones for $6, and one of them is the perfect size. It's a little scary, but you can use it to pop the rivet out of his shoulder, then you have to flex the plastic to get the plastic core out of the joint to get the arm off. Once it's off you can turn the joint around, flex the arm back on, then use something with a 5mm peg to push the rivet back. Like I said, it's a bit scary with the force you need to get the rivet out and how much you have to flex the plastic on his arms, but I did it to mine and he's no worse for the wear.

    I watched a video from Patriot Prime, if it helps.

    https://youtu.be/m3GkdsWGYrI

     

    Ordered similar trim tools from amazon.  (just worked out cheaper and received faster for me that way.)  The tools really helped alot.  After some prying and swear words, got both shoulders done in just a few minutes! Thanks for the tip.

  2. 25 minutes ago, mikeszekely said:

    @Negotiator @M'Kyuun

    Get a trim removal tool from an auto parts store. This one from Napa has three different ones for $6, and one of them is the perfect size. It's a little scary, but you can use it to pop the rivet out of his shoulder, then you have to flex the plastic to get the plastic core out of the joint to get the arm off. Once it's off you can turn the joint around, flex the arm back on, then use something with a 5mm peg to push the rivet back. Like I said, it's a bit scary with the force you need to get the rivet out and how much you have to flex the plastic on his arms, but I did it to mine and he's no worse for the wear.

    I watched a video from Patriot Prime, if it helps.

    https://youtu.be/m3GkdsWGYrI

    thanks, I'll try the tools.  already put a small stress mark using a screw driver.

  3. 1 hour ago, Keith said:

    When you watch it in Japanese it's always the original cast.

    i watch most anime dub and sub unless i really hate the dub voices, and there are some VAs that i really can't stand.  i like to leave it on dub when i'm just trying to see all the craziness on screen or i'm doing something else at the same time, but from skimming this last movie, there's definitely alot of crazy going on.

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