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    Senior Member colonel00's Avatar
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    Help finding the thread with the modified EMR II

    My searching skills must be off or I'm just not using the right terms but I cannot find the thread that was posted with modifications to an EMR II. If I recall, I believe the pack was modified to have the straps run under the wings similar to how the Fulcrum is setup. I plan to do some similar mods but wanted to see how others have done it.

    Anyone have a link?

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    Senior Member couesbitten's Avatar
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    I believe that this is the one you're talking about.

    Nomad modification

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    Senior Member colonel00's Avatar
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    Thanks. No wonder I couldn't find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colonel00 View Post
    Thanks. No wonder I couldn't find it.
    Its for the nomad...i did the mods too and its awesome,i also sewed zippers on the nomad long pockets.

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    Senior Member colonel00's Avatar
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    Thanks. I'm not too worried about the vertical zippers. Mostly, I want to have the load straps run under the wings. I just need to figure out where to cut the slits for the straps to pass through.

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    When you're ready to make your "cuts", if you use a soldering iron it will also melt the cut edges and prevent it from fraying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by couesbitten View Post
    When you're ready to make your "cuts", if you use a soldering iron it will also melt the cut edges and prevent it from fraying.
    Yup. That's how I cut and trim pretty much anything I make aside from silnylon stuff but even then I use the soldering iron often too.

    I started with some of the more simple mods of things I like on the Fulcrum



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    Nice

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