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Silly

Member Since 26 Oct 2016
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In Topic: Tips For Making A 17/32 Bass Barrel For Use With A Wye Hopper.

13 January 2017 - 07:04 PM

And if you don't have packing tape (for whatever reason) you can use duct tape or something similar.

In Topic: SM500/Panther?

23 December 2016 - 09:20 AM

Update:
Found something interesting. A xbz pump rod fits into a 1st edition sm3k pump and in the sm500 pump, and all the pumps are interchangeable. So I can stick my sm500 pump rod into the sm3k pump.

In Topic: SM500/Panther?

18 December 2016 - 09:17 AM

Update: I found that the SM3000 pump is perfect for this application if you sand down the tube connection like shown in the pictures.
Now all I need to do is secure it to the tank!


Also I found the problem with the stock pump. It had a massive hidden crack that snapped the pump in half when I took it off the tank.

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In Topic: SM500/Panther?

15 December 2016 - 02:23 PM

Well when i finish the current fix, i may make/find a new airtank that fits and is more reliable and share how to make it on NH.

In Topic: Where To Buy Modding Materials

14 December 2016 - 10:49 PM

So I decided to mod the Mega Magnus to make it look like the mandalorian pistol from starwars the clone wars series.I can't seem to paste a picture so your going to have to look it up. I'm looking to make the sides as flat as possible as the lower side's on the Mega Magnus are quite bumpy and full of ridges. Since sanding it would take of all of the exterior plastic, what ways would you guys recommend to fill the gaps?


Epoxy putty or Bondo are what is usually used for smooth/seamless nerf body work. But if your cheap, use hot glue to fill in the space then make panels out of plastic and smack them on, then sand to desired shape. Personally I would use epoxy putty.