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I'm looking for a way to better articulate the neck, shoulders and hips/lower spine on my skeletons this year. I thought that grafting in a ball and socket joint at these locations would be a good solution but I've had no luck finding such an item. Can anyone steer me in the right direction or suggest and alternative?

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Thanks! Found this stuff too: Ball and socket tubing. Can be snapped apart to create short lengths. Paint it white of course. 614mn8JHD4L._SL1500_.jpg
 

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What about the Spider Hill joints?
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https://spiderhillpropworks-com.3dcartstores.com/Spider-Joint_p_13.html

You would have to rework the skeleton a bit to put in PVC in order to connect it, and some modifications to the bone structure, but it sounds like you're considering that anyway.

I haven't used these on skeletons, but I have with other PVC framed props and they work pretty well.
 
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