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I bought a Slann the other day and tried assembling it only to run into a few problems in regards to it's clear in the air rod and base thingies.
First of all I broke both of the plastic shaft things that stick in the bottom of the slann's parlequin and the base so I need a clever alternative and I'm wondering if you all know any.
Second, the plastic clear circle thing is WAY too big..it's bigger than the base and I'm afraid if I try to chop it down to size it will crack. Do you know of any alternative or even ways to cut the one it came with?
Well I got so carried away with my question that I forgot the main part of the question and then figured out a solution to the whole first part so here we go in case anyone else has a similar problem.
When I tried to mount my Slann he kept tilting sideways because the tip of the bit that went into his bottom ("chuckle") was too small. I ended up trying to cut it down with some plyers and ended up cutting it too far down resulting in the bit being too wide to fit in the slann's bottom. In the end I sanded/cut the tip of the clear plastic bit into a rounded point and stuffed the hole of the slann with green stuff then shoved it in and now it stays tight and straight.
I would suggest using the black base instead of the round clear one that comes with him as this allows you to rank him up in units easily
I drilled straight down into the plastic rod the slaan sits on and drilled a corresponding hole about an inch into his body.
I then filled both holes with glue and inserted a 2 inch piece of wire that fit the width of the hole.
My slaan is not going anywhere!!I totally agree.I would suggest using the black base instead of the round clear one that comes with him as this allows you to rank him up in units easily
Also, it allows you to dress the base much more easily. Looks cooler and is more practical in the long run.
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