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Helmet Pads - Are They Replaceable?

Old 05-12-16, 11:01 AM
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Helmet Pads - Are They Replaceable?

Hi Everyone! I'm brand-new here so take it easy! Hey, I have called virtually every bike and sports shop around and no one sells or has a solution to replacing the inside helmet pads. I have a Bell helmet, perfectly fine, but the pads are toast. Any solutions? Yes, I'm being cheap, but the helmet is perfect otherwise and no reason to send it to the dump. Appreciate any info!!
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Old 05-12-16, 12:51 PM
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You need to extend your search online. "replacement Bell helmet pads" into Google returned a plethora of options.
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Contact Bell sports ?
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most if not all are replaceable except for the very cheap ones that glue the pads into the helmet instead of using velcro, and of course if glued in there won't be any pads to buy for it...but you could make your own or buy pads intended for a different helmet and then rip out the glued one and reglue a new one.
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