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Re: TK409 Protocol Project *Updated 11/19


That's my build almost exactly:
5'10", 160lbs, 32" waist, 40" chest
You wouldn't want to be taller than me or the suit would look strange in the belly and neck area.

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Re: TK409 Protocol Project *Updated 11/19


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That's my build almost exactly:
5'10", 160lbs, 32" waist, 40" chest
You wouldn't want to be taller than me or the suit would look strange in the belly and neck area.



Ha!

Looks like I got the extra 2" in the gut and you got it in the shoulders.

Thanks for the info.

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Re: TK409 Protocol Project *Updated 11/19


Hi Chris,

So on my suit I think my chest is gonna be too small. I think it's one of the old chests.

It looks to be about 7 1/2" high when lying on the floor (see picture).

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I have a small chest, but I don't think it's this small. hahah

How much bigger is the new chest?

How can I order one? How much and what paypal address?

What is the approx turn around time to get it?

Thanks!

John


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Re: TK409 Protocol Project *Updated 11/19


Hey John,
I updated the top of this thread with a comparison pic of the two torsos.
http://com1.runboard.com/bc3pobuilders.f6.t22

You can place an order on this page: http://www.TK409.com/c3poparts
I think there is only 1 other person in line at the moment so turnaround would be approx 8-12 weeks.
Thanks!

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Re: TK409 Protocol Project *Updated 11/19


Hi Chris,

Thanks! I just ordered the larger Torso.

One other question, I have a Zorg head and it just won't close by 1/2". I'm debating weather to sand out the inside which will make it weaker or go with another head.

I see you offer a head, can you tell me how much for just the head?

Thanks.



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Re: TK409 Protocol Project *Updated 11/19


Thanks John. You're next in line.


Shipped 1/18
Larger torso: Randy S

Shipping 1/25
arms, legs, torso, head: Shawn G

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Hi Chris,

Thanks!

Also, do you have any measurements on the new arms? Inside diameter at the top and bottom of both pieces? I think they may fit my arms and forearms, but I just want to be sure before I pay $450 for something I might not be able to wear.


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Hi Chris,

Just wondering if you have any word on those arms:

do you have any measurements on the new arms? Inside diameter at the top and bottom of both pieces? I think they may fit my arms and forearms, but I just want to be sure before I pay $450 for something I might not be able to wear.

Thanks,

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Hi Chris,

I gave up waiting for arm measurements and just bit the bullet and ordered a set of the smaller arms today...

If they end up being too small.. I'll just try to sell them here...

Let's hope they fit.

Thanks.

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TK409, please come in... Hey, I know it's got to be rather hard to measure the inside of these arms and get an accurate measurement.
But, you did say they barely fit your arms. Perhaps you could simply give some dimensions of your arms, noting which areas were the particularly tight areas.
IE bicep X" way too tight, barely fit. forearm at elbow X", plenty of room.
It's not perfect, but it would at least give some of us at least a ballpark idea of if these things might possibly fit.
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