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Old 07-16-2014, 11:43 AM   #1
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Bikini Top Buckle Replacements

I have broke 2 buckles on 2 different bikini tops.

I want to replace them with a metal buckle, anybody know where to buy a metal buckle. Ultimately I would like to find a buckle that has a bolt on the one end so I do not have to resew the loop in the strap.

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Old 07-16-2014, 01:30 PM   #2
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Rollie, I repair my buckles, it's pretty easy.

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Terry, what do you replace the buckle with? Do you have to resew it when you fix it?

John, are they just like the plastic ones or are the metal?
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Terry, what do you replace the buckle with? Do you have to resew it when you fix it? John, are they just like the plastic ones or are the metal?
Take your pick, I find the Army Surplus ones are more durable. All those places will have both, I just sew them back in or cut old one out and use para cord to tie new buckle back in...
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Found these at Anglers Covey 21st & hwy 24 here in the springs.
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Terry, what do you replace the buckle with? Do you have to resew it when you fix it? John, are they just like the plastic ones or are the metal?
Rollie, I do not have to resew the strap and it is much stronger after it is fixed. I use the broken buckle, I'll try an get a picture.

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