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Old 04-11-07, 14:28
John Mullen John Mullen is offline
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Smile Helmet liner bolt

Can any of the members tell me where I might be able to get the liner nut for a ww2 era British helmet. Please let me know.

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Old 04-11-07, 18:04
Mike Timoshyk Mike Timoshyk is offline
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Give me a ring, I am here in Windsor....I may be able to help you out.


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Old 05-11-07, 16:25
Bob Carriere Bob Carriere is offline
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Default NUTS....

Good day Mike

Are we talking the special large head screw and nut that holds the liner inside the helmet......???

I purchased a WW II helemet at Barrie last year.... it was complete when I got it..... but in the shuffle to carry it all day when I got home the screw/nut had fallen off( lining loose) and the screw/nut no place to be found.....

Do you have such spare fasteners....????

On another point..... what was the final autopsy result of the destroyed Jeep tranny..... how badly crushed was it??? did you trace it to a particular bearing...???

Hang in there.

Bob Carriere....B.T.B
C15a Cab 11
Hammond, Ontario
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