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Hello Troops, 

 

 

     I just received some replacement parts from RT-Mod for my good ole' FX. What should I do for the Abs/Cod piece, RT has them separate. Should I just used some webbing and snaps to put there or glue them together with a strip of ABS? Saying so that I want to bring my armor EIB.

 

 

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Eric

 

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Whatever you do to join that seam will be covered by your waist belt. No EIB issues with that ab.

 

Thanks mate. I'm 100% sure that I can trust your input on that subject 😛

 

 

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  • 2 weeks later...

I had started with the easy way, snaps and webbing, but, I really did not like the look. So what I ended up doing was making it look like a one piece. I glued a strip of HIPS on the cod and ab piece and now, it's time to play the waiting game.
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Strong work. 

 

 

The only thing that stops me from doing this on my RT is how easy it is to pack when the ab and cod are separate. 

 

-Eric

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Strong work.

 

 

The only thing that stops me from doing this on my RT is how easy it is to pack when the ab and cod are separate.

 

-Eric

 

The way I pack my tub, I have enough space.

 

 

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This is how it ended up. I'm waiting for my belt from Rob (TKittell) and I have to cut my shims, they are too big. (Sorry for the bad iPhone quality pictures, did not feel like taking out my Canon.)

 

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The major difference I made, anyways for me, it that I went to the "suspender" way of holding my armor to the more accurate way of assembling it. It's taking me a bit more time to suit up, maybe it's just getting used to it. 

 

Eric

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