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    Default Re: ECC 1:1 Gremlins 2 Mohawk Gremlin

    I believe that if it arrives damaged, ECC will pay to ship it back and they will file a claim with the carrier.

    But holy crap! You are saying that there is a 1-inch gap between the arms and the body?!
    If that is correct, that is insane. Don't know at I have ever heard of a fitting issue that bad with any statue. Yikes.

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    That's a sting in the tail, hope it's an isolated occurrence.
    CHEERS!

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    Shouldn't have to but you could probably grind/sand areas to make them fit.

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    Are there magnets at the ends of the arms to attach to the body, or metal rods to hold it in place?

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    Metal rods. I have a feeling that he may not have pushed hard enough to get them set in place. I had to fight to get mine in, but they're fully seated.

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    Yeah, I'm sure I heard before that the arms were a struggle, might have been in that video.
    CHEERS!

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    Got the right arm down to about 1/2 inch after sanding down the metal peg but the left one is just way too challenging,it barely goes in,after pressure on and off for an hour it still has 3/4 inch of a gap.This is 2 grown men applying pressure with very little movement,so it’s goin back to Cinemaquette.Congrats to those who don’t have this issue because otherwise it’s a beautiful piece

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    Crazy looking

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monty View Post
    Got the right arm down to about 1/2 inch after sanding down the metal peg but the left one is just way too challenging,it barely goes in,after pressure on and off for an hour it still has 3/4 inch of a gap.This is 2 grown men applying pressure with very little movement,so it’s goin back to Cinemaquette.Congrats to those who don’t have this issue because otherwise it’s a beautiful piece
    Even with TLC you couldn't make it right..that really sucks!

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