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Hey guys, I was on Forgeworld, and I was wondering; are MKIV Dreadnought arms not interchangeable with the arms of the standard dreadnought you can buy from your local GW? How are they different?
I know that some of the arms are cosmetically different to make the MkIV arms seem "older", aside from that I'm not sure, but if you spent a bit of time on then I'm sure you could make them fit easily enough.
Totally interchangeable. For all intents and purposes, they're the same thing with different cosmetic touches. The mounting hole might be a bit oddly sized or out of round due to their being made of resin, but it's not a major problem.
They are cosmetically different, having an older, more ornate feel to them. The biggest difference is that while the standard Dread arms have blocky, squared-off shoulders, the Mk.IV's have rather more slender forms with the main armour plate having a concave curve to it.
So while they fit just fine, Mk.IV arms don't quite "feel" right for a Mk.V Dread, IMO.
Alright guys, thanks for the responses.