I hope this belongs in this section. Question re: removing forearms from figures

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\r\n It is about customs, but I have a question about the process actually.
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\r\nCan anyone tell me the easiest, most efficient way to separate the lower arms from the upper arms on joe figures. I just can\'t seem to figure out the best way to remove that elbow pin.
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\r\nIf anyone could give me advice I would be very grateful.
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    \r\n you can boil the arm in a pot of water-only for a few seconds though- and then the lower arm should be much easier to pop out. Dont do it for too long or you\'ll melt the plastic.
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    \r\nThats the process for the new sculpt arms, because their rubber is softer.
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      I hope this belongs in this section. Question re: removing forearms from figures

      It is about customs, but I have a question about the process actually.

      Can anyone tell me the easiest, most efficient way to separate the lower arms from the upper arms on joe figures. I just can't seem to figure out the best way to remove that elbow pin.

      If anyone could give me advice I would be very grateful.

      Thanks

      Jason
      Last edited by orionlukteel; 03-06-2006 at 09:59 AM. Reason: a lil' help with the title =)

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