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Old February 5th, 2012, 08:46 PM #21
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people have made them. I have one but I bought it 3rd hand (as in the person i bought it from was not even the one to customize it).

it has been discussed before. A good search should give you better answers.
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Old February 7th, 2012, 11:55 AM #22
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thanks man, I saw one on ebay and when I decided I wanted it, it was already gone so I'm hoping another one pops up soon
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Old February 11th, 2012, 02:51 PM #23
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So brand new member here but I have been a Ranger fan since the beginning in 1993. I watched the series from MMPR to PRiS. I tried to follow here and there since there (but with Netflix I am now able to enjoy it all *evil Tommy laugh insert here*)

Anyways... I have decided to restore my morpher to glory. I have removed the panels so far and I am waiting to prime the plates for painting. On that same note, does anyone know which brand of silver paint to use?
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Old February 12th, 2012, 07:35 AM #24
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Does it still have a small gap once fixed? Like obviously it's smaller but it's not perfect right? Or am I doing it wrong haha
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Old February 15th, 2012, 10:09 AM #25
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I kinda need some reconfirmation, to whoever owns a metal XY axis from click, Do they fix the gap on the morpher?
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Old February 15th, 2012, 10:46 AM #26
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So brand new member here but I have been a Ranger fan since the beginning in 1993. I watched the series from MMPR to PRiS. I tried to follow here and there since there (but with Netflix I am now able to enjoy it all *evil Tommy laugh insert here*)

Anyways... I have decided to restore my morpher to glory. I have removed the panels so far and I am waiting to prime the plates for painting. On that same note, does anyone know which brand of silver paint to use?
please remember to search. that has been asked and answered numerous times. for silver, the most recomended is testors 1242 i believe. you can find it at most hobby/craft stores.

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Does it still have a small gap once fixed? Like obviously it's smaller but it's not perfect right? Or am I doing it wrong haha
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I kinda need some reconfirmation, to whoever owns a metal XY axis from click, Do they fix the gap on the morpher?
i don't think they will fix it by itself.
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Old February 16th, 2012, 04:19 AM #27
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Well seeing as to how the tutorial said you have to place a plastic strip on the XY axis, my guess was that plastic shrink over time, and getting the metal XY axis will kinda fix it. Nvm I'll just try the theory by buying the metal XY axis from click, and update here some other day.
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Old February 17th, 2012, 02:48 PM #28
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So I asked click if his XY axis will fix the gap and his guess was not about the xy axis but the "lock part" can someone pm me a pic of this lock part? Don't really know where it is...
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Old February 17th, 2012, 03:27 PM #29
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Thanks OmegaRangerRed!
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Old February 18th, 2012, 07:30 PM #30
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I skimmed through the turorials on here. Could anyone please tell me how to fix my morpher? It's the MMPR one from back in what 93? The one that springs open. Anyway, it won't stay down anymore. It always pops open. So I had to put a few pieces of tape on it to keep it down. I'm guessing the spring popped off or something? If someone that knows how to fix it wants to pm me with directions, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks
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Old February 18th, 2012, 07:50 PM #31
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dyedblew86 wrote: View Post

I skimmed through the turorials on here. Could anyone please tell me how to fix my morpher? It's the MMPR one from back in what 93? The one that springs open. Anyway, it won't stay down anymore. It always pops open. So I had to put a few pieces of tape on it to keep it down. I'm guessing the spring popped off or something? If someone that knows how to fix it wants to pm me with directions, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks
Don't skim, read. What you need is in the first post.
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Old February 18th, 2012, 09:04 PM #32
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Don't skim, read. What you need is in the first post.
You're right lol. Thank you
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Old February 24th, 2012, 10:40 PM #33
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Two morphers on their way to my house, going to re-paint both of the plates. I've never been to handy when it comes to things like this, I'm so nervous that I'm going to screw it up somehow. x.x
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Old February 24th, 2012, 11:07 PM #34
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How do you unscrew a worn-out screw again ?
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Old February 26th, 2012, 03:55 PM #35
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Azidhsu wrote: View Post

How do you unscrew a worn-out screw again ?
I hope this doesn't count as a bump or something, but I had a question about this one time too.

http://www.RangerBoard.com/showthrea...52#post3858652

There are some good solutions on there.
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Old February 27th, 2012, 03:06 AM #36
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Hey guys, I dont currently own a Power Morpher but I will soon have my hands on one hopefully, my question is if I buy a american MMPR morpher that I want to convert to a zyuranger morpher will I end up with upside down powercoins ?

now im not sure if they spin around into what ever position you like or if they click into a fixed position. I want to buy some metal coins from Starlight Studios to use.

I figured if I buy an American morpher I can convert it myself and use the Starlight Studios coins and some stickers from Repolabels

thanks !
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Old February 27th, 2012, 06:26 AM #37
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Shotokan91 wrote: View Post

Hey guys, I dont currently own a Power Morpher but I will soon have my hands on one hopefully, my question is if I buy a american MMPR morpher that I want to convert to a zyuranger morpher will I end up with upside down powercoins ?

now im not sure if they spin around into what ever position you like or if they click into a fixed position. I want to buy some metal coins from Starlight Studios to use.

I figured if I buy an American morpher I can convert it myself and use the Starlight Studios coins and some stickers from Repolabels

thanks !
What almost everyone does is exactly that. Buy a BOA morpher, converted to a show accurate Power Ranger morpher or a Dino Buckler. Just a few can afford the real thing. Anyways, yes the coins can be switch so they will always be facing up, just do it before putting them into the morpher cause once placed they lock. And rest assure that Click's(starlight.studios) coins fit perfect into the morphers.

Here's a pic of one of mines just for you to drool!LOL
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Old February 29th, 2012, 01:36 AM #38
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Ok so I've been restoring my morpher lately. I cannot get it to stay closed. I have removed the spring and put it back on and it still will not stay closed. Does anybody know what could be the problem?
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So I realized today that I picked up some Gray primer instead of white, is that going to make a big difference?
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Ok so I've been restoring my morpher lately. I cannot get it to stay closed. I have removed the spring and put it back on and it still will not stay closed. Does anybody know what could be the problem?
Anybody know what I should do?
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