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So I've heard a helmet is good for one crash then needs to be replaced. I have a full face TLD D3 Fiberlite and took a nice spill OTB on a 10ft jump at Mountain Creek Bike Park. Appears the impact and only damage is to the visor, so I'm just wondering if it's necessary to replace.

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So I've heard a helmet is good for one crash then needs to be replaced. I have a full face TLD D3 Fiberlite and took a nice spill OTB on a 10ft jump at Mountain Creek Bike Park. Appears the impact and only damage is to the visor, so I'm just wondering if it's necessary to replace.

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Most likely not but it depends A LOT how bad crash was - you should inspect inside and outside very carefully - if there are any cracks you should replace.
That is less than 100% safe and 100% money saving method-
if you want 100% safe method its called buying new helmet. But its 0% saving money :)
 
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