Converting the Bandai AT-ST into a 1:2 Studio Scale replica

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rbeach84

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Ah! So, the vertical ankle pivot (that allows for the 'foot' to tilt front to back) also incorporates a forward facing horizontal rod socket-ed into the foot and acts as the side-to-side tilt axle. MT, would you say it allows for roughly not more than 30 degrees of tilt (from stop to stop)?

Regards, Robert
 
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Keith

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The square opening at the top of the foot needs to be cut a little larger on the Bandai model so there is room for the foot to tilt.

Keith.
 

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