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Hey guys, I'm just finishing off the last 2 Rhinos for a tornament next weekend. I wanted to ask if most people glue the access hatches to the vehicle or not, if you dont, they are cool for disembarking and embarking troops, but fall off! :wacko: What do most people do?
glue em shut it is less hassle and less to paint makes em easier to transport too
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I pin mine so that they will open. It is a bit of work, but makes for a cool model.
Trouble is, you really need to add them (hinges) when assembling the sides of the Rhino. If you have glued the sides together, then you're kinda stuck with gluing them.
I came up with an alternative for a Tau Devilfish by using small magnets in the hinges instead of pinning them. The doors come off, but magnetize themselves back in place easy enough.
I thought I had pics somewhere... I'll have to dig them up.
Originally Posted by Montford981
I glued mine on since I really didn't want to paint the insides for presentations. Not including rear hatch but you may find they get in the way of your models when you disembark.
I glue mine, they are not kids toys, I wont be zooming stuff in and out
Everything you have been told is a lie!
i keep the back one's unglued.... just for sh*ts and giggles
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Awesome.Originally Posted by Cheredanine
In the middle of a game my back door fell open right in front of my partner's land speeder, i hade to make an excuse " By the way, if your wondering why that hatch is open, its because they never seen a LS before" which was true :w00t: