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it should be ............ they're doing Douglas retrofits, and this has the same plate attachment method as Douglas .......so....

 

BUT ................. TW is really picky about how they do retrofits now

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Aside from plastic clips, what could they do from a design standpoint to avoid the rusting on the clips?

Clear nail polish

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Aside from plastic clips, what could they do from a design standpoint to avoid the rusting on the clips?

Clear nail polish

Does that really work? If read about that for years.

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Aside from plastic clips, what could they do from a design standpoint to avoid the rusting on the clips?

Clear nail polish

 

Does that really work? If read about that for years.

 

only Rolando would know about nail polish!  :fuel:  :wave:

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Aside from plastic clips, what could they do from a design standpoint to avoid the rusting on the clips?

Clear nail polish

 

Does that really work? If read about that for years.

 

only Rolando would know about nail polish!  :fuel:  :wave:

 

I'm always told to look professional!

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Aside from plastic clips, what could they do from a design standpoint to avoid the rusting on the clips?
Clear nail polish

Does that really work? If read about that for years.

Clear nail polish works. It should be reapplied once a year or so. It does rub off eventually. Don't get the cheap stuff, go with OPI or another higher end brand. The cheap stuff starts to soften under heat and sweat and can stick to your shirt.

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Aside from plastic clips, what could they do from a design standpoint to avoid the rusting on the clips?

You should be able to buy extra clips at any sports store that sells football equipment. You can probably pick them up for less than $5. 

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Aside from plastic clips, what could they do from a design standpoint to avoid the rusting on the clips?

You should be able to buy extra clips at any sports store that sells football equipment. You can probably pick them up for less than $5. 

 

true.

if you own a Douglas, Jeff Cook will send you clips ........

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The second one cannot be retrofitted. I have one and asked TW.

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Aside from plastic clips, what could they do from a design standpoint to avoid the rusting on the clips?

You should be able to buy extra clips at any sports store that sells football equipment. You can probably pick them up for less than $5.

true.

if you own a Douglas, Jeff Cook will send you clips ........

For $50, if my past experience is any indication

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Aside from plastic clips, what could they do from a design standpoint to avoid the rusting on the clips?

You should be able to buy extra clips at any sports store that sells football equipment. You can probably pick them up for less than $5. true.

if you own a Douglas, Jeff Cook will send you clips ........

For $50, if my past experience is any indication

 

@bam that was just because you are from Connecticut.

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Aside from plastic clips, what could they do from a design standpoint to avoid the rusting on the clips?

You should be able to buy extra clips at any sports store that sells football equipment. You can probably pick them up for less than $5. true.

if you own a Douglas, Jeff Cook will send you clips ........

For $50, if my past experience is any indication

 

FREE @bam, .... FREE.... he sent me 4 sets for nothing ....

 

Still find it hard to believe that you had NO IDEA what was going on when you had your CP refurbished :HS

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Aside from plastic clips, what could they do from a design standpoint to avoid the rusting on the clips?

You should be able to buy extra clips at any sports store that sells football equipment. You can probably pick them up for less than $5. true.

if you own a Douglas, Jeff Cook will send you clips ........

For $50, if my past experience is any indication

 

FREE @bam, .... FREE.... he sent me 4 sets for nothing ....

 

Still find it hard to believe that you had NO IDEA what was going on when you had your CP refurbished :HS

 

It has to be a Connecticut thing!!!

 

 

....oh wait! I was born in Connecticut!

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Maybe I'm the one who paid for all the FREE stuff he's giving away.  $115 buys a lot of clips

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Now you've got me going again - Final cost (non-negotiable) was $215:

 

This is the email:

 

 

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that total shows $100, not $215 (or is that what you wound up having into it?)

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I know very little about Carlucci gear. Is the chest protector a hard shell?

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