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    Aug 17, 2006, 9:35 PM - Fett RF stalk measurement PLEASE HELP!! #1

    Could someone provide me with some measurements of the RF stalk from a screen accurate helmet? Two measurements.
    1) the total length of the stalk from top to bottom. Youd have to measure it while off the helmet.
    2) If youre looking at the range finder side of the helmet, what is the length of the exposed stalk from what you can see. Theres a cap covering the hinge part of the bottom of the stalk and the RF itself hides some of it it its hollow. Is the Delux Boba Fett fiberglass helmet stalk film accurate in length?
    I recieved a stalk from some one and its longer than the one on my DP Delux helmet. Am I used to seeing my DP delux or is the stalk that I just recieved too long?
    PLEASE HELP. Thanks in advance



    -Scott
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    Aug 17, 2006, 11:52 PM - Re: Fett RF stalk measurement PLEASE HELP!! #2

    Well, for your "number 2" measurement, I have an aluminum BKBT stalk on an MS1 helmet, and I come up with 5 1/4".
    That's from the base of the actual RF topper to where it disappears behind the ear cap.
    Hope that's useful.
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    Aug 18, 2006, 11:45 AM - Re: Fett RF stalk measurement PLEASE HELP!! #3

    Quote superjedi said: View Post
    Well, for your "number 2" measurement, I have an aluminum BKBT stalk on an MS1 helmet, and I come up with 5 1/4".
    That's from the base of the actual RF topper to where it disappears behind the ear cap.
    Hope that's useful.
    Yes thats helpful! My DP delux is the same measurement. It may seem the new stalk I got is too long.
    Any one else come up with the same measurement?
    -Scott

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