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    Smile Looking for a Helmet

    Hello all,

    I am looking for a used or newer Cairns 1010 or 1044 Helmet in Red. All help would be great, please email me at the following email


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    thanks


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    Talking Hmmm..........

    You're looking for a Helmet...... Do you have any idea where you lost it??.....


































































    Sorry, I just had to do it.........

    Seriously, do you keep an eye on eBay??....... There's stuff on there all the time......
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    Last time he saw it --- it was on the tailboard.
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    A brand new 1044 is just over $200. Go there.
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    Last time he saw it --- it was on the tailboard.
    All the equipment lost off the tailboard....
    The only thing known to actually stay the entire trip is a cup of coffee. Helmets, boots, radios, adiós!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SPFDRum View Post
    All the equipment lost off the tailboard....
    The only thing known to actually stay the entire trip is a cup off coffee. Helmets, boots, radios, adiós!
    Sheesh, ain't that the truth! In my experience the cheaper the item is the longer it stays on.

    TIC: one block and run over by following motorist.

    Coffee in chipped mug with a peculiar film over top of liquid (likely direct result of C turn's dish washing abilities): 3 mile round trip...still warm and tasteles!

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    Quote Originally Posted by YFDLt08 View Post
    Sheesh, ain't that the truth! In my experience the cheaper the item is the longer it stays on.

    TIC: one block and run over by following motorist.

    Coffee in chipped mug with a peculiar film over top of liquid (likely direct result of C turn's dish washing abilities): 3 mile round trip...still warm and tasteles!
    Double ditto dat!
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    Quote Originally Posted by slackjawedyokel View Post
    Last time he saw it --- it was on the tailboard.


    Last year, I ended up falling through a floor and spending the night in the hospital. I drove the Rescue Squad to the fire and my buddy was riding the seat.

    He drove the rig back to the firehouse and couldn't find his helmet..... turns out he left it on the front bumper and needless to say... the rear duals will do a number on a fire helmet!
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