Post by jedidresden on Oct 24, 2016 7:56:30 GMT -9
I am attempting it. I got it off the free stuff on Genet's website. It said it was never official and so no instructions were ever made for it and for the most part it has not been to bad... actually it is turning out quite cool and I like it.
However I am having trouble with the hip/waist. Has anyone had experience putting it together that can help me?
Thanks so much. I have been able to figure out all the rest of it with the pictures provided.
Post by jedidresden on Oct 24, 2016 11:00:43 GMT -9
Yeah I have the photos off the website like that and the others. It is just that none are very clear on the attachments in the hip area. After I posted this thread I was fiddling witht the parts and I think I figured it out. I will have to post some pics. I don't have any now.
According to the file description, the H8C/H8M is the big brother of the Handyman 350. So I would venture that the models are fairly similar and would assemble about the same way. I haven't done this build yet, so I can't say for sure.
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