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I went and brought my own chrissy toys this year the yt2400 an rebel transport set..found the yt mounting lug at the base of the model was seriously taking the piss. the model ended up facing 270 degs the wrong way and looking to nose dive. looks like I'm going to have to dig out the old 40k tools to repair. anyone else had similar issue? anyone tried a magnet for the yt?

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I went and brought my own chrissy toys this year the yt2400 an rebel transport set..found the yt mounting lug at the base of the model was seriously taking the piss. the model ended up facing 270 degs the wrong way and looking to nose dive. looks like I'm going to have to dig out the old 40k tools to repair. anyone else had similar issue? anyone tried a magnet for the yt?

 

It's been pretty common that the Wave 5 female ends haven't been tight enough (please - no salacious comment), and this has caused them to drop the bases when picking them up by the models. I'll be painting the inside of it on my Decimator to tighten it up a bit.

 

But what you're dealing with sounds a bit beyond this regular problem.

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I went and brought my own chrissy toys this year the yt2400 an rebel transport set..found the yt mounting lug at the base of the model was seriously taking the piss. the model ended up facing 270 degs the wrong way and looking to nose dive. looks like I'm going to have to dig out the old 40k tools to repair. anyone else had similar issue? anyone tried a magnet for the yt?

 

Wut? What's a "chrissy toy"? Your YT2400 was urinating? You might want to see a doctor about that.

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A long time ago Heroclix had flight pegs that never fit. I would cut a small piece of paper, and push the peg in with the paper slipping in between the male and female ends. Not sure if it would work here or not but worth a try.

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