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New 3rd Party Group Lucky Rodgers Reveal Junkion Upgrade Kits JK-01M Medic and JK-01W Warrior

By BlackMagnus on Thursday, November 01, 2012



New 3rd patty group, Lucky Rodgers have updated their Facebook page with 2 new kits for either the RTS Wreck Gar mold or Generations Junkheap. Great news for all of you army builders (like myself :) ) The first is JK-01M Medic, Followed by JK-01W Warrior. Check out the images and more details for each, price and availability should be up shorty.

K-01W (Warrior) type add-on and the JK-01M (medic) would be released at the same time, in separate packaging. We expect it to be out in Mid November fresh from the factories, so probably end Nov 2012 it would be available in the market. If you're interested please check with your local supplier such as BBTS, TFS etc.

Details on the JK-01W
It would include
- Warrior head (light piped eyes) x 1
- Chest armor x 1 (stores in both vehicle and robot mode)
- Spiked Shoulder pieces x 2 (stores in vehicle mode) *
- Spiked Knee pads x 2 (stores in vehicle mode) *
- Photon rifle x 1 (clips onto vehicle)
- Spiked Shield x 1 (clips onto back of robot, vehicle and hand)

Details on the JK-01M
It would include
- Medic head (light piped eyes) x 1
- Chest armor x 1 (stores in both vehicle and robot mode)
- Spiked Shoulder pieces x 2 (stores in vehicle mode) *
- Spiked Knee pads x 2 (stores in vehicle mode) *
- Ratchet tool x 1 (Folds & clips onto vehicle)
- Welding torch x 1 (clips onto vehicle)
- Spiked Shield x 1 (clips onto back of robot, vehicle and hand)

Both Add-on kits are made of high quality material, non of those soft plastics on gundam kits, with paint apps.

Stay tuned to Tformers.com for more details as they are made available. Your best resource for all the Transformers news and community every day.



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