Hi all.I am trying to finish my FP helmet and I would like to know if anybody have detailed pics of the strap system.
Thanks for the help.
Check out the Pre-Pro #3 images in the Gallery. There are lots of good shots of the helmet's inside that shows how the chin strap is attached with screws, the same screws that holds the ears.
Or here is the ESB Hero
Or you might want the ROTJ Hero one
I think the best help will be from BGHunter.
Hi.Thanks for the info.I am looking for info about ESB version.
No need if you have good padding going on
Firstly each helmet seems to have different weather it hex bot in to the ear or bolt from the ear in to the helmet
When I made my last ESB interior , I got a strap and cup from a police riot helmet (well Kurtyboy actually got them for us) picked up on ebay for not to expensive , and removed the strap for m the riot helmet , top attach them to the helmet,First of I had a nut n bolt system holding the ears on so for the right hand side one of the screws for the ear I made longer so I could attach the strap which Id burnt a hole through I glued washers on either side of the whole on the strap and added a few more washers before screwing the nut on , the other side is a bit different (if your going scren accurate that is) as it has a hex bolt that goes from the inside of the helmet to the left ear, I think this is on ESB only, as PP3 has wex bolts in to each strap ,though you can just repeat the same method as the other side and have a good result ,
Hello all here, yes is very important how we choose the way to use the helmet, here is mine and works well for me, some people use padd, but the best way is what you choose..........thats the way......
2 MY JANGO FETT pictures by snowaure - Photobucket
here is my helmet inside:
Thanks for the help BGHunter.Good work!!
I know this is an old thread, but I need to try to get a strap kit for my FP helm. I didn't know its size compared to how big my head was and now that the MQ-1 and visor are in I don't have hardly any room for padding. So to help keep it from moving around, I will use the strap to help secure it, I have the chin cup already ( a DVH cast) but I need a few ideas how to get the straps for it.
Last edited by kurtyboy; Jan 12, 2013 at 6:46 PM.
Finding straps that have buckles instead of snaps is becoming difficult. I am thinking of modifying a hockey chin strap so it will connect to snaps inside the helmet. I know it's not movie accurate, but its the best I can come up with right now.