Published on 19th October 2005 by
Originally Posted by EtacovdaHe Tayp3s F1n3, y0!
looking forward to seeing the finished product - but a few weeks will turn into a few months, you know it! :)
Originally Posted by computerman0416Dont these guys have jobs. Working full time and doing a mod like this would take me forever.
Originally Posted by eddie_daneit only takes forever if you sleep.
Originally Posted by Da DegoMine says that if you make anything that inspires me to tear up our house again like Vesper did, she's flying out there and killing you personally...twice. :D
Originally Posted by The_Popeno sleep + power tools = never good :(
Originally Posted by Da DegoSpoken like a true addict. :) Not that you would have any proof of your addiction to your credit or anything, eddie. ;) Hey, by the way, how does your wife handle all this stuff? Mine says that if you make anything that inspires me to tear up our house again like Vesper did, she's flying out there and killing you personally...twice. :D
Originally Posted by DilmahWhere is this event in Sydney? I want to see it!!
Originally Posted by kiljoiSeriously though, when can we expect the next chunk of modding goodness? I need my fix man!
Originally Posted by m0ng0lh0rdeNow for my question:
I posted this over in the General Modding forum, and it was suggested I post it here...
Where could I find the "armor rings," preferably in the US. I've tried Google, and found nothing but either jewlery, or "make your own medeival armor" stuff...
Originally Posted by G-gnomeI honestly don't know where you would find these in the US. TBH Google sometimes isn't that great a solution to finding certain building or engineering parts - I didn't know about these until I saw them at a stainless steel fastener wholesaler. I think they are made in the UK or US. My suggestion is (depending where you live) to yellow pages your nearest stainless steel fastener wholesaler (a specialist that supplies the Trades, not just a normal hardware store) and go in and have a chat to them (print out a pic from the article to show them). The Armor rings are originally designed to be hammered onto the ends of hexagonal bolt-heads, to prevent them from being able to be undone.
Good luck and hope that helps :)
Originally Posted by RianousukeDid you ever know that you're my hero,
and ev'rything I would like to be?
I can fly higher than an eagle,
'cause you are the wind beneath my wings
Originally Posted by RotoSequenceDude, wtf? :| G-gnome's mod is spectacular, but posting bad song lyrics to him is rather excessive
Originally Posted by SathyNo part 2 update this year it would seem, too bad!
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