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Salvaging old bases

Coach Shawn

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I have several Gotham bases that are no longer usable due to damaged or missing prongs.  Some of you may have the old Tudor men where the base is part of the figure mold and if your base is bad you lose both the player and the base.

Using Tudor’s speed invisi-bases you can salvage those bases.  Just cut off the front and rear clip part of the invisibase cleat - the part that holds the base onto the player platform - to leave a flat top to the invisi-base.  Then use double sided tape to attach two invisibase cleats to the shell.A8E6DDFC-2E90-400F-9C86-1C3AE6BFFDDE.thumb.jpeg.31052007e3df206c822bb10c1422b0f5.jpegA8E6DDFC-2E90-400F-9C86-1C3AE6BFFDDE.thumb.jpeg.31052007e3df206c822bb10c1422b0f5.jpegF5B55F6F-BC16-4617-89F9-C9FCF53F01D7.thumb.jpeg.c2d2353ff2fc4f56c7d9c82e2f4af9f4.jpeg


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