Breaking in a Crusher Cap?

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stroodle
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Re: Breaking in a Crusher Cap?

Postby stroodle » 12 Oct 2009 23:30

Hessler64 wrote:Here is pics of my orginal. I really haven't read this post, but thought I would share pics for refrence.


Hessler

Must be the an invisible crusher
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dasbootU96
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Re: Breaking in a Crusher Cap?

Postby dasbootU96 » 12 Nov 2015 19:13

hello,

Meaby an old post but i think i can contribute to the topic. In order to make a crusher first of all , remove the inside metal ring.
Remove any reenforcement inside the cap, as dog green said:"Remove as much of the stuffing as you can or you feel you need to." Remove everything inside. then take some amidon and put some in hot water, then let's the cap inside the water 5 minutes. Then wear it as much as you can and you ll have the look "crusher" wanted :-)
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HeerOberleutnant
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Re: Breaking in a Crusher Cap?

Postby HeerOberleutnant » 11 Jan 2018 05:42

The black stripe with white piping has a board or something in it would I remove that as well?


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