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Hi everyone, I just have a quick question I wanted to run by everyone. I've got a Razorback at home that I plan on using as either a Razorback or a Rhino, depending on what I need at the time. I'm trying to find a way to put my Lascannons on where I could easily remove them, probably some sort of magnets. I've seen a guide for a Carnifex with magnets, but is there anything special I need to do before mounting on vehicles?
I'm not really sure how strong of a magnet, or what type I'll even need, so any tips will help quite a bit.
i do believe in US WD 311 theres a short walkthrough on doing this.
I think most people use rare earth magnets but I imagine any kind will work. On my predator I just used some magnetic sheeting and it works fine.
On a rhino/razorback when you put on the top part there's that big rectangle area that's missing. You either put the top rhino doors or the rectangle piece with the circle cut out. As long as you don't glue down either piece you should be able to switch it fairly easily.
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Thats a great idea, but first off id stay away from razorbacks, and second, you could probably just paint both types of top hactches, and not glue either on. So when you want the Lascannon you put the top piece on with the whole on it. When you want the rihno, put the door piece back on. Oh, and paint them off the model, that way the paint wont stick to the rihno when it drys. Peace
I have done this with my whirlwind so that it doubles as a rhino when I need it to. I was a bit worried at first about the hatch coming loose a lot, but it fit pretty snuggly after being painted. I would add that it is best to glue the two halves of the rhino hatch together rather than just placing them both on top as they have a tendency to fall into the gap.
Also, I would like to mention that I have used the same principle on my predator, which serves as a predator / razorback / rhino depending on my opponent and game size. This requires a bit of extra work though as the sponsons and side hatches must be interchangable.