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Dutch MKII liner?

Article about: Hi, i have had this liner for quite some time now. At first i thought this one was a repro but now im not so sure. However after looking at it, could be canadian but the top part is not soft

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    Default Dutch MKII liner?

    Hi, i have had this liner for quite some time now.
    At first i thought this one was a repro but now im not so sure.
    However after looking at it, could be canadian but the top part is not soft or marked as the canadian liners are.
    So could it be dutch? also very similiar to them.
    Or could it just be a repro after all?
    Can anyone help?
    Thanks
    Cheers.
    Nuno
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    Default Re: Dutch MKII liner?

    The Dutch liners have a brown cross frame and are usually size marked in CM's, so it's not Dutch IMO.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Default Re: Dutch MKII liner?

    Quote by Bond View Post
    The Dutch liners have a brown cross frame and are usually size marked in CM's, so it's not Dutch IMO.
    Just noticed that also.
    Thanks Jerry.
    Out of alternatives, so maybe its just a repro.
    Cheers.
    Nuno

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    Default Re: Dutch MKII liner?

    it looks weird because it doesn't have any rubber buffers, or any way to attach them.

    Rob

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    Default Re: Dutch MKII liner?

    might be CD issue liner
    canadian liners are marked and have buffers.
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    A post war Dutch liner in a British lid
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