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 Post subject: ww2 Brodie helmet liner
PostPosted: Wed Jul 27, 2016 20:27 pm 
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Evening all

Does any one know what the liner frame is made of or is there a suitable substitute to make a new liner ?

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 28, 2016 7:33 am 
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SoF do reproductions unless you particularly want to make your own.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 28, 2016 18:06 pm 
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fancied a challenge to make my own .

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It's a product called 'Rexene. Not sure if you can buy it in sheets.

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MikeFG82 wrote:
It's a product called 'Rexene. Not sure if you can buy it in sheets.


Thanks for the info Mike ,

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The "oil cloth" parts of the liner are 'Rexine', the frame is vulcanised fibre, which you can still buy at sheets.

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TALLERTHANBETTY wrote:
The "oil cloth" parts of the liner are 'Rexine', the frame is vulcanised fibre, which you can still buy at sheets.


Thank you for the info .
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