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    Very nice Mr. Pantsbeer!

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    Wow, great thread. Thanks to this site I now have all of the info I need to rehab my old helmet. Good stuff.

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    Man that looks great! Really good info as well, good write up. Ill have to try my hand at one I got in the garage

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    Thanks for the write up. I have a New old stock Bell Tour Star II bought off fleabay for $20.00. The padding is totally gone looks like black dandruff. Gonna start the process soon.

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    I'm super stoked that you guys like it. As a side note when glueing the ear pads make sure you get both surfaces real good or use a fabric glue thats strong cause as I found out I didnt glue mine very well and they fell out. I dont think I sprayed both sides good enough.

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    Fantasic write up. I have an old Buco helmet I bought off fleabay and it needs to re-lined. I am going to pull it out of the closet and give it a try. Thanks for the info.

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    Thanks for the info! I have three helmets that I need to redo. You rock!

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    Thanks for the post, Finding more and more here that is very usefull.

    Does anyone know where to pick up a replacement d ring? I just got a blue metal flake from a friend and the d ring is torn so I would like ot replace it if I can.

    But agian this post is most helpfull as it will be stage two of the project.

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    Thanks so much for this! I'm just fishing up mine with my Mcgill t-shirt!

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    Just finished this helmet after reading this feed.



    THANKS for the tips essay!

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    Where the hell do you guys get thoseVirgin Mary t-shirts, or whatever it is that you use for relining , from?

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    loser machine has a few. They even have some of Her son...You know....JESUS.

    Picked mine up from somethingsacrade clothing.

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    The stuff I have is from the fabric store. It came from a bunch of different panels on the same piece. Just check your local fabric stores. If they dont have it they might be able to order some. Nice work on your helmet Deathbirthday. Came out nice.

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    i figured i would add my version to this how-to since it is what gave me the confidence to try it. it is pretty close to the same except i kept the styro thinking since i am wearing a helmet, it might as well be a little safer (even though it is 35 years old)

    i have had this cool little scuffed up helmet for a while but it was too crusty to wear. time to try a reline. i kept the styro cause i wanted to, but you dont have to. the straps were screwed in, with those out the styro was loose and could be worked out. i removed all of the crusty old orange foam and stuck in a rough cut of 1/2" foam.

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    then i traced around it and cut it out with a scissor

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    then spray glued that to some fabric i picked up, clearance section, enough for probably 3 helmets $2.50
    oh yeah the foam was $5 for half a yard, probably enough for 2.

    i placed the flat side far enough from the edge to make it to th back side.

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    that side showing is then sprayed and stuck to the inside of the styro with all of the excess flopping into the middle.

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    i forgot to take the next pic, but you now spray the outside of the styro and pull the fabric from the inside of the helmet to the outside of the styro.

    i then sprayed the whole outside of the styro which made it really hard to get back in. then when i got it in i couldn't shift it to the right spot. so i put a ribbon across the top of the styro so i could pull it around and then just cut it off.

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    since i only bought 1/2 foam, i cut four pieces for the ears and glued them together

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    wrapped them up

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    glued them in and voila

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    top pad is pretty self explanatory, while i had the shell out i realized this helmet is made of clear plastic and flaked on the inside, so i went to town on the outside with some rubbing compound and some car wax, BAM!

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    if you are looking for printed fabric to reline your lid... down town L.A. is the spot.

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    Heres my attempt on my peanut lid.
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    thanks for posting
    will be trying real soon

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    sweet gonna try this soon

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    awsome man im gonna have to give that a try

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