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03-11-2009, 11:31 AM
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Originally Posted by Crosbyfan View Post
You may be right or not, and a lot of it must depend on the proper fit and adjustment, but I don't understand your thinking on that part. They seem pretty inexpensive for something that helps maintain alignment and transfers part of the blow to the helmet thus reducing some of the impact even if not primary.

When you get hit hard on the lower cage, say with a real solid shot with a shoulder or elbow, do you not feel it on the chin, through the chin cup? (Serious question because I may be underestimating their effect. I've paid more attention to the alignment and fit of the chin cup than the j clips)
If your helmet is fit correctly the helmet should not move when you get hit and your chin should not be fitting snug on the chin cup.

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