Custom Sewing and Cordura Items

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by corrado113, Jul 19, 2009.

  1. NCK

    NCK Been here awhile

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    Brady made me a custom tank cover for my IMS 10 gallon KLR650 tank. It's sweet! A very challenging thing to get right, the quality is excellent!

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  2. corrado113

    corrado113 Been here awhile

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    Anxious to see how it looks on the bike! Glad you like it!
  3. SourKraut

    SourKraut Long timer

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    Hey - I'm looking for bag liners for stock '12 R12GSA adventure side bags and a tool roll. Order here via PM?
  4. ktrout01

    ktrout01 Been here awhile

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    Brady,

    Do you work with 1.1oz SilNylon at all ? I'm looking at lightweight tarps and was wondering if you've tried anything like that.
  5. corrado113

    corrado113 Been here awhile

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    PM works fine. Send me a list of what you want and I'll get you pricing.

  6. corrado113

    corrado113 Been here awhile

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    I have done some work with SilNylon. Send me a PM with a description of what you are looking for and we can go from there.

  7. steve_k

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    Looking forward to seeing what you come up with on this one. You might be able to fill a niche in the market after that one school kid stopped doing them a while back. Can't remember the name of his company, but he had a good following on haMmockforums.net.
  8. matloik

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    Brady, not sure I've seen what I'm thinking of in this thread. I want a tubular bag to hold a tarp tent and poles, 26-28" long x 4" diameter, with an opening at one end. I was thinking the opening would fold-over closed like a dry bag, effectively making the closed length adjustable; so when open the length would be, say, 32"; and a buckle to hold the folded end closed. And one sewn-in strap along the length of the bag with a cross stitch every 2", through which tie-down straps could be fed through. Eh?

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    Perusing all your pics, I think this the below is a good, flexible design. I'd like one like this with a max dimension 28"x6", compressible down to 24"x3" (or even smaller is fine). Will that work? In Orange. PM sent.


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  9. azgsa

    azgsa Apathetic

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    Got my stuff, everything fits perfect. Very happy with the quality.


    Jetboil bag
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    Twin size inflatable mattress rolled-up bag:
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    Pannier liner for left side GSA (utilizes all the space):
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    Tent bag:
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    Complimentary ditty bags (thanks!):
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  10. musty40

    musty40 Adventurer

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    The liners for the Seahorse cases are great!

    Thanks again.

    Now to buy the tool tube.
  11. the come back kid

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    I would like another one of these liners with all the dividers and pockets just like the one in the pic that you made me a while back. The first one works perfect so I would like this one to be as close as possible. PM the price and I can Pay before I go away for the weekend. Thanks CBK
  12. corrado113

    corrado113 Been here awhile

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    PM Sent.

  13. 71tr

    71tr Been here awhile

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    Thanks Brady for the quick ship and quality merchandise. I'll enjoy the new map pouch and tool tube pouch.
    Alan
  14. Wadester

    Wadester Rides a dirty bike

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    Just to show another option for a tent bag - this is based on another product, with a lengthwise zipper, cover flap and compression straps. Works nice and easier to get stuff out of than a sack (for me). With peg and pole bags, a plastic mallet and whisk/pan - all fit inside.

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  17. corrado113

    corrado113 Been here awhile

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    corrado113 Been here awhile

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  19. cug

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    How would these Jesse bag liners look like? The Jesse cases are fairly weirdly shaped, so what to do with liners? It's one of the reasons for me that I haven't decided on luggage yet ...
  20. corrado113

    corrado113 Been here awhile

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    To make the bags match the Jesse cases, that would take a feat of intense geometry and complicated math.:eek1 What others have done is just get the rectangular bags and make them work.