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    Great thread!

    This thread was started about a year or more ago, so I was wondering, is the spray glue holding up pretty well?

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    Nice, I needed some help. Have the idea, did not know how to apply.

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    I'm glad that this is still helping people after its been on here that long. The spray adhesive is stil holding. I haven't worn it a ton but as long as you get a good adhesive it should hold up. The key to it holding up and being a permanent bond is to spray both pieces and let it tak up a little and then stick the two together.l

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    Quote Originally Posted by zamochit View Post
    Great thread!

    This thread was started about a year or more ago, so I was wondering, is the spray glue holding up pretty well?
    i wore mine every day this summer and it still looks like new. i got a loctite brand spray at the local fabric store and follow the directions for permanent bond.

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    Ok, great.. Thanks guys.

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    Fantastic. I just bought a cool old eighties motocross helmet and it needs a lick of paint and a reline and this is going to give me a wicked after work project!

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    Thank you for the write up! I had my helmet "professionally" redone, and they "professionally" fucked it up. Other than it not being neat, they put the main seam which they sowed, right in the middle of the forehead. Which was like riding with a nail being driven in to my my head. I followed this tutorial, and put my seams over the temple, where the least pressure from wind is and it totally fixed my problem.

    I used foam from Joanne's and I used t-shirt material for the covering. The skull is from an old T I had laying around and the rest is a $3 T that I found at Joanne's.

    It so much more comfortable now... Thank you!!!!!

    Here's my shot.....
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    I know it's an old thread but it's so good! I did my lurking and finally had the guts to try it myself... here's the result...
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    This forum is a great reference and I will surely use this when I do mine. Thanks.

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    Another great article and unfortunetley another trip to Joann Fabrics - The looks I get, definetly not their average customer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by elgranzombo View Post
    I know it's an old thread but it's so good! I did my lurking and finally had the guts to try it myself... here's the result...
    That looks awesome!

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    Pantsbeer,

    Thanks for the how to. The liner in my bucket was looking like social security tits, but now I've got a super cool guy lid liner.

    Note: I used 3M Super 77 glue and it is super sauce. When the landlord/girlfriend got home from work we almost had an intervention because of the chemical aroma Take That Shit Outside and don't spray it on the kitchen table.
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    great how to !!! just finished thisPhotobucket

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeythebrush View Post
    great how to !!! just finished thisPhotobucket

    Dude, that looks freakin' awesome!

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    this was a huge help i have a small collection of about 12 old helmets from the 60's and 70's and was thinking of getting them all done but that would have been a shit load of money. thanks, you just saved my collection

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    Thanks for the write up! I've been wanting to do this for a while, but didn't know how to go about it.

    You guys have all done awesome work. Has anyone tried doing a full face? I have a couple full faces from the 70s id like to do, but was looking for info how to do it. Thanks

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    I think there is a full face on page 5 of this thread.

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    Bad ass thread. I've got an old Bell Moto3 that needs it somethin fierce.
    Last edited by bootleg; 03-26-2011 at 8:40 PM.

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    What do you buy there ( at joann fabrics) ?
    some special foam? or just fabrics glue and etc. ?

    anyway what's the correct foam to use? the only helmet i have has a very hard foam, which looks much different from the foam used in projects form this topic..
    Where can ig et something like that?

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    Nice! I just picked up an old helmet that I was going to pay to have relined. This is awesome!

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