By kwadkenstine on Apr 20, 2019

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How many different frames do you have just laying arround not being used because of broken parts or waiting months for arms or top plates etc.
Its annoying.
PHASE ONE find a frame that was cheep reasonable quality and fairly simple that you like..
PHASE TWO buy ten (not kidding).
Spare parts for eva.
The frame i am currently defyiling is from some mob called see photo.
It is just good to know the draw full of frame spares is all swapable.
Obviously specialty items like the 8 inch arms and arrow shafts and some other hardware need be sourced seperately.




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Jodie Froster   Apr 20, 2019  


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