You need to snap the little flaps in space on the back, if you do that, you shouldn't need anything to prop them up, at least that's how the old ones werefishstalker said:
Two different molds. They are numbered different so that they can easily tell which mold a peice came from if there is a problem.CantThinkOfAName said:So, what shoulder pad versions does everyone have? There's R1 R2 L1 and L2. One of mine is an R1 and L2, and the other is R2 L2...doesn't look like there's a difference, but I wonder why there's two of each part...
Eh.GNT said:I've seen this a few times but have passed, for those that bought it is it any good?
Is this another one of your Umbrella conspiracies??Lone_Jedi said:I picked up another one of these today. I noticed there is a minor packaging variation. For those who care, the "snow mound" on the left is now a separate facade giving the set a more 3-D look. As a result of the change, the background art with the AT-AT and the plastic trays holding the speeders have been modified/shifted. The bottom of the box now has snow art on it. The speeders have a little more weathering to them, and the Scouts no longer have their feet tucked under the bikes' fuselages.