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Old 11-12-2010, 07:22 PM   #1
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Fulmer helmet parts?

something (I think a bolt) hit me in the head pretty hard today on the beltway, and my visor flew away. The braket that secures the visor seems to have broken in half. I know it's a loooong shot, but does anyone have a fulmer helmet willing to sell me the brakets/visor??? I just flat out don't have the money for a new helmet
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i think fulmer is priced in the "just get a new one" bracket. i'm not knocking on the brand, but they are pretty cheap. also, with a stricke to the helmet with that kind of force, it might be damaged now.
it sucks, but you might just have to cage it for a while. this might also be a good point to upgrade to one of thoe $99 scorpion exo 1000's cycle gear is advertizing.

also, you could call or visit a fulmer dealer.
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well it's no arai, but at 300, I wouldn't say it's cheap, but I've been wanting a new one a little smaller anyway. There's no caging it, so this morning I put on my girls' helmet which is xs lol. I called honda powersport in pasadena and they can order the braket and visor, so I guess I'll do that till I can get a new helmet.
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wow, $300? i didnt know fulmer made any pricey helmets. i have only seen them priced around or under $100
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