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Old 08-15-2006   #1
 
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How do folks retrofit their FNA, adding the vertical bar?

I have seen this on several of the x-stream models. Where do you get the bar? How do you attach it? Do you drill holes and use small bolts? Anyone ever see this go badly / ruin the helmet?

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The old Liquid Logic grab bars work the best. You know the thin alum style- before they went to the Black Diamond brand. Then just center it, mark it, drill it, and hard ware it into place. Give me a holler if you need parts.

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fna will do it for you for $20
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