is there a who makes what thread?

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    is there a who makes what thread?

    i know this is kind of a dumb question, but i have been trolling through most if not al the threads, have i missed it somewhere, a thread of who make what? i know of fp and asok for helmets and a couple in the cargo hold for armour i can't remeber their names right now but, sorry. anyone who has been around awhile and know who is who in the zoo might consider tackling this job? and let the comments begin. it would be appreciated if sellers would comment that way i could make the thread.

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    High Speed Low Drag Fett 4 Real's Avatar
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    Re: is there a who makes what thread?

    There is a thread like that of which you speak...search a little bit more

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    Re: is there a who makes what thread?

    Armor: RKD, BM, FP
    Helms: Asok, FP, BM
    Jet pack: MOW, FP, BM
    Soft parts: Arkady, LS4U, Woodman, Loanstar, MOW
    These adjust a few of the members that make parts. There are a lot more, but the are the ones that I thought of first.

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    Re: is there a who makes what thread?

    bm, mow, rkd? i know their names but are their full names? and thank you.

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    Re: is there a who makes what thread?

    BM is Bobamaker, MOW is Man of War Studios, RKD is Redkraytdragon. Bobamaker sells almost everything through his website, Mow sells gauntlet and jetpack kits on ebay, RKD has a sales thread in the cargo hold. The other makers Jc27 mentioned can all be found on the forums. Everyone is top notch.

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    Re: is there a who makes what thread?

    Thanks Matty for adding the info. I wasn't sure if he knew the names or not. Also there are a lot of builders that I did not mention like saint nasty and stormrider.

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    MOW is the only person on eBay I would deal with, many people on TDH have his stuff, I have his gauntlets and they are awesome.

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    Re: is there a who makes what thread?

    I make these...
    Utility pouches, all cape versions, all braid versions, ROTJ spats, girth belts. Just drop me a PM for complete info.

    Thanks also for the recommendations.

    Woody

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    Re: is there a who makes what thread?

    Great thread! As a newb, I've literally been taking notes as I run across names and the services that individuals here provide. A consolidated "vendor/artisan" thread would be incredibly helpful but I've not been successful in locating any. I must just be somehow overlooking it too.

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    Re: is there a who makes what thread?

    I'm a noob too. I just read this thread and want to thank everyone for have already asked/answered most questions in my head. Can anyone recommend someone who makes makes cod pieces? I read I need that first so I can determine the length of the honor sash/girth belt which is why I put that project(which is in the making) on the back burner. Im a slender fella and according to 501st specs there should be a 6" gap in the back. I still need to learn to navigate this site better so that I'm not asking questions that I can just look up myself. I'll take any advice so I can stand on my own two feet on this site and eventually help others as well.

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    Re: is there a who makes what thread?

    Not sure what you mean about the 6 inch gap. As for as I know the cod and kidney armor should meet and be held together with a collar stud, look up rafalfett, that dude knows a lot about this suit.
    As for the cod, give RKD a pm, he is easy to get ahold of and his stuff is top notch.

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    is there a who makes what thread?

    I believe what he means when he mentions the gap is the amount if spacing between ends of the girth belt or how much strap is connecting the ends. So possibly about 8" of webbing.
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    Re: is there a who makes what thread?

    Thanks. I found a thread. Basically it says subtract 6'' from your waist size. E.g., 38" waist = 32" girth belt (without straps).

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    Re: is there a who makes what thread?

    Fettseven makes jetpacks and parts for them. RKD makes great armor parts and gauntlets. Asok ,FP, Bobamaker for helms. Woodman makes cool stuff(I have one of his capes)

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