Gus Jae (gusjae@channel1.com)
Wed, 13 Dec 2000 18:48:59 -0500


You know, I don't know why so many of you had such problems with those
links!!! They were just fine. In fact, I am playing with mine right now...
See, the legs are moving around without any... SON OF A B*TCH!! THE WHOLE
@#$% CAME OFF AND I HAVE LINKS EVERY...OH THIS REALLY SUCKS!!! GUNDAMIT!!!
Tom don't step on the... NOOOOOOO!!!!
Ok, you right, those links do suck... Who's got a flash light?
Gus Jae
gusjae@channel1.com
----- Original Message -----
From: "Edward Ju" <gundam@loop.com>
To: <gundam@aeug.org>
Sent: Wednesday, December 13, 2000 9:00 AM
Subject: [gundam] MG Zaku II/Gouf

>
> >*makes unintelligible animal sounds*
>
> Kicks Garrick - "Tarzen check bee".
>
> >having just finished my mg zaku 2...i have to agree
> >about zaku being a pain.
>
> Wouldn't be such a pain if you've sticked one end of
> the underlying cable onto a piece of foam or PlayDough
> while you're sliding the beads/tubes in (check the
> archives... it's in there over and over again over
> the years).
>
> >i refuse to venture into
> >perfect grade (equivalent cost of a warhammer army :D)
> >just yet.
> >
> >the cables suck majorly. had slight problems with my
> >side skirt plates.
>
> They were much better than the MG Mk-II's side skirt
> plates, that's for sure.
>
> >found the cogs in the zaku head a
> >little too unwieldy (i.e. they don't work :P).
>
> The gears tend to "fray", there's just no way to fix
> that problem unless you can cast the same parts out
> of hard metal. Haven't started on my MG Gouf kit,
> dunno if they fixed that problem with a new design
> like, say, the MG Dom's monoeye system.
>
> >attaching the foot to lower leg was like...hell, it
> >was like doing a mr. bean act -- driving a car while
> >putting on your clothes and brushing your teeth.
> >overall, pretty ok model. solid but kinda limited
> >flexibility.
> >
> >-garr
>
> Can't expect much from a kit designed over 5 years ago.
> I am pretty sure Bandai will pull a version 1.5 with
> the MG Zaku II soon, using the MG Gouf's body as a
> starting point. As if people in Japan haven't started
> on that already, hehehe, the MG Gouf kit will soon
> become a best seller once Zaku-heads start getting
> "raw parts" for their projects.
>
> Eddie
>
>
> New items added at least once a week! Check out my eBay auctions at:
>
http://cgi3.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewListedItems&userid=-gundam-&so
rt=3
> &since=-1&page=1&rows=0
> Please note the URL exceeds 80 characters and ends with "rows=0" not
"sort=3"
>
>
>
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