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We haven't been made aware of a way to do this yet from MSA, having said that if this were my helmet this is how I would install this;
first thing is make sure the crown sits correctly on your helmet(it has to fit under the back end of the holder) you might have to move it around to do this, next the hole in the back rib of the helmet needs to be lined up with the crown, you will have to drill a hole in the new crown so that it lines up with the hole in the rib, be sure to use a small drill bit and a variable speed drill motor. Once you have the holes lined up you can use a larger drill bit that match's up to the hole in the rib, after all of this i would get a pop rivet gun and pop rivet that fits the holes, and install it. Sounds like a lot of work to me MSA should have made this a lot easier, after all these years. Another thought could be super glue, were not recommending this but it's a thought.
This took longer than we thought it would bur MSA is working on how to make this work for the end user. They don't have an answer right this minute, they are suggesting that for the present have the customer return the helmet to them and they will install the part. That's all well and good but there is going to be shipping cost, labor and parts to have this done.
Brian, lets start over, what kind of helmet are you trying to add this to? This does not go on any other helmet than the N5A New Yorker or the N6A Sam Houston, if your trying to install this on something other than those 2 helmets forget it, impossible to do.
by the sound of your question you don't have a leather helmet, if you did you would have seen how this works and attaches
The Brass Crown comes with a fastener, you need that and the front part of it slips under the eagle and holds.
Dave, the M10P is $9.00 have you tried that, heck a lot cheaper than $60.00
Mouth of the south
it will work, but you will have to drill out the old crown top, be sure you use a smaller bit, to do this, and use the same bit to drill the hole you will need to attach the new crown ,(it comes with a new fastener)