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Mk2 Brodie liner change

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    Hello guys.

    Could you tell me if I can put a 7 1/2 liner on a shell that used to accommodate a 7 3/4 one?

    Will it fit properly?

    Thank you in advance.

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    Hi,the liner will go in but they are made to the correct size for the shell that they are to go in,so the fit will not be as it should if you do this. P.S. you are in the wrong subsection/forum!! Leon.

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    Thread moved here.

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    I thought all British helmet shells were the same size, so any liner will fit I think.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    All the shells are the same size,it's the liners that are different. A 6 1/4 which is the smallest size has 4 rubber buffers on the crown strip, & 4 on the head band. A 7 3/4 which is the largest size has none on the crown strip & none on the head band. 7 1/2 has no rubber buffers on the crown strip but 4 on the head band. This is for the Mk2 liner which the buffers were removable, if you had a 7 3/4 Mk1 liner & it was still to small you had to remove the rivets holding the rubber pads in.

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    Hi mates.I have a question for you as i saw the Thread.I have a mark 1 liner double stamped.Can you please tell what size it is?.Many Thanks Click image for larger version. 

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    Hi mates.I have a question for you as i saw the Thread.I have a mark 1 liner double stamped.Can you please tell what size it is?.Many Thanks Click image for larger version. 

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    6&1/2.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Thanks a lot Jerry.Now i know what size of a glass head i should buy

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    Is it possible that the first stamp was a mistake?Thanks

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    Quote by The woodpecker View Post
    Thanks a lot Jerry.Now i know what size of a glass head i should buy

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    Is it possible that the first stamp was a mistake?Thanks
    Just a miss stamp/double stamp, not a problem as you do see this.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    I have saw some liners made by the same company J.C.S & WLtd that have a not clear stamp about the date.IMO mine is dated 1940

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