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I recently found myself the proud owner of some SM scout bikers. Basically, I've got five bikes, and three metal scout biker bodies (working on the rest of the scouts).
I've never owned any of these models, and the ones I now have will present quite the challenge in cleaning up, but I'm raring to go on it!
My big question is: How do you get the scout bodies to fit on the bike? I find the feet don't quite reach the foot plate. Has anyone ever had this problem? What have you done to fix it?
I think you can do one of the two. Iether cut the leg and extend it or just move the foot pad up. I think that the first one will work alot better.
Have to disagree with pOlak on that. The best solution would be to file down the bike seat a little. You can carve it about before finishing with some adept use of half round files, and you should end up with a scout who looks like he's settled into the upholstery of the seat a little. I'd be wary of extending his legs for fear of him looking out of proportion. Building up the footblock may result in your scout appearing to be wearing platform boots, a.k.a. Wizzard and Slade 70's glam rock legends. Good luck with them.
Jager bombs. Very efficient at wiping out friend or foe.
Yeah, it's a little rough, but it turns out I may not need to do this at all. Not having ever tried these before, I'm still trying to figure them out. It seems if I put them on just so, they fit perfectly. Course, I'm probably going to want to try pinning them in place. That ought to be fun Truth is, I'm relieved at not having to cut up the legs and rebuild them. Pinning's tough enough with unmodified models. I don't want to make MORE work for myself!