Post by Pope Kiril I on Jun 20, 2007 23:00:25 GMT -5
DA RA Leg Transplant Surgery - by Chemical-flame alchemist 009
1. Remove the lower leg and the knee joint save the peg ( I can usually accomplish this by bending part and using a Screw driver to separate the joint from the Upper leg this will keep the peg intact)
2. Take the lower leg you want to replace it with and place in into the slot of the upper leg, the joint will not match up, using a Spike (or screwdriver or similar) you want to thread the spike through the holes in the Upper leg and lower leg and stretch it out, leave the spike in the slot of a little bit and it should adjust further
3. work the spike one last time to stretch it and remove the spike carefully one the spike is out put the peg in and use wrench to clamp the peg back in to the slots press tight to get a good seal
Post by Pope Kiril I on Jul 1, 2008 0:34:10 GMT -5
yet another variation on the Topic of how to Customize care of BRK
alright ,alright,alright we know you want to customize.but your not sure on what to do and how to do it ,am i right ? good ,ok well i slapped up a couple of guides for some simple things youll have to know to customize
first of all what to use
screw driver of all sizes (can get cheap sets at dollar tree/dollar stores but if you want a good set go here
paint use only acrylic paint. enamle dosnt dry right on plastic and takes a loooong time to dry .apple barrel and folk art are good and enexpensive and can be found a little bit of every where here is some great paint bit expensive but its worth it
Post by Pope Kiril I on Mar 21, 2009 17:37:21 GMT -5
Championship Belt Making
The Credit for this goes to member Wrestlingfig
My belt making process.Obviously this is intended for those who are wanting to learn a few tricks or pointers.Share your ways aswell,these are just mine.Hope someone can value this.
Step one:Choose the belt you wish to make and remove the plates,bending back the plastic strap makes for easy removal of the plates.Just bend back the strap and pull up.
Step two:Outline the now blank plastic strap on your choice of colored leather or vinyl material.Keep your fingers pressed firmly when outlining both sides of the belt and be sure not to slide or shift the belt(this will cause a bad outline and thus a bad product).Once the outline is done you must keep pressure on the strap and mark the holes where the belt attaches to the strap(try to mark it as best you can using a pen or marker,a fine point sharpie is the "cats meow").Leather seems to be a superior product.Vinyl has much more flexibility,but the backing is often some kind of mesh non-sense which looks like poop.Spring for the leather you'll be glad you did.
Step three:Now carfully using a pair of sharp snips cut out your outline.I find it works best to keep the marked side to the left of the blades (if your right handed) and the marked side to the right (if your left handed).This way you can see exactly where the cut is being made.Otherwise the blade is in the way of your view.
Step four:once you are satisfied with your cut its now time to make the holes.This will require a number one exacto blade/knife combo.Make cuts on all the top's of the marking, then the bottom.Shift the strap,and do the left side and right side of your markings..Completely remove the cuts.If you just bend them back they will get in the way of the plates upon installation.Make sure it is cut through.Use some kind of thick plastic scrap or scrap wood underneath...and please be carefull!
Step five:Check your work so far.Fit and adjust the plates to make sure everything looks good.No sense going further if you cuts were bad.Either start over with a new strap or if satisfied continue.
Step six:Paint the plates.This is self explanitary.Use what ever techniques work for you.If its crap just wash off and start over.
Step seven:YOU JUST SPENT ALL THIS TIME MAKING A AWESOME BELT, take the three minutes and seal the paint job with some kind of sealer.Unless you want the paint to peel off or chip if your ever drop it or rub to roughly on it.
Step eight:Apply the velcro (hook and loop) and trim the excess.Follow the box insturctions for the kind of hook and loop material you are using (velcro brand is king).No sense in me putting all that info here.This should include somekind of ironing.
Step nine:Apply the now painted and sealed plates.Since you have already checked your work they fit right in .Give the adhesive on the hook and loop time to seal properly (usually 24hrs).