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    Nolan N102 Helmet Parts

    I have a Nolan N102 and need to get a replacement hinge part. While removing the shield I broke the piece that holds the shield to the helmet. It is the piece that rotates and locks into place.

    Is there anybody that sells just replacement parts? I tried Nolans website but it said it is underconstruction.

    Thanks,
    Peter B

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    Yes. Get in touch with CIMA International.

    Here's there info stolen from a previous thread.

    At the rally, I got a card from CIMA International. Phone: 630-701-1601 or toll free 866-2helmet. Give them a try. (Email: helmets@aol.com)
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    Quote Originally Posted by 88bmwJeff View Post
    Yes. Get in touch with CIMA International.

    Here's there info stolen from a previous thread.

    At the rally, I got a card from CIMA International. Phone: 630-701-1601 or toll free 866-2helmet. Give them a try. (Email: helmets@aol.com)
    +1 on CIMA. I originated another Nolan thread, and have since recieved my lost side cover from them. Keith at CIMA was awesome! They should have anything you need.
    Last edited by leadfoot; 10-09-2008 at 12:29 AM.
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    Just called them for the new side cover and pivot cover. They said it would be in the mail tomorrow.

    So far so good!!

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    My apologies. My last post in this thread stated that I originated this thread.....I meant to say I originated another Nolan thread. Mistake fixed.

    Memory was nice when I had it!!
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