Anybody able to do a quick 3D model adjustment?

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pastadude

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Hey guys, I have no idea how to manipulate 3D objects, but I'm looking to modify a "square" in to a rectangle on a simple 3D model that I have... any suggestions on how to do it, or, preferably, if anybody might be able to help me out? It's a really really simple thing, I'm just in over my head! Thanks!
 

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pastadude

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Of course - it's a .obj of the batcuff key from Batman Forever. The "stem" that serves to unlock the cuffs is a bit wide - it's currently 3mm wide and 3mm thick, but it needs to be 1.3mm wide in order to fit the lock. Everything else is fine, but the rectangular "key" part is a bit too wide. I've attached a few photos of what I'm talking about - it seems pretty easy, but I have no idea how to adjust the points to thin it out! Thanks for any help or suggestions though, I'm definitely lost!

I might be able to help you. What format is your model in? Can you post an image of the model and illustrate what you want modified?
 

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