Custom Sewing and Cordura Items

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

  1. corrado113

    corrado113 Been here awhile

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    I'll send you a PM and we can discuss the details.

  2. APBlack

    APBlack nOOb on a fly

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    Got my bags today. Perfect as always.. Thanks

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  3. Ko

    Ko Observant as never

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    PM sent, thanks.

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  4. dredgerie

    dredgerie I do it on a harley

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    Brady, PM sent for an idea on the backpack project.
  5. ktrout01

    ktrout01 Been here awhile

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    Got my chair bag today and it's a perfect fit.

    The chair that I picked up at Long Trail Brewery at the CroMag rally this fall and the bag that Brady made for it.:
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    The chair folded up in the bag:
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    The bag zipped up:

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    The bag with chair in it on the bike. Brady sewed loops on the ends so I can run a strap through the loops and the pannier handles. Perfect fit. Very happy with the workmanship as always !!!

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    there also loops on the front and back for additional straps or bungees as needed for my tent or tarp bag. It looks like the bag is touching the pipes in the picture but there's actually plenty of room there so nothing will get scorched.
  6. corrado113

    corrado113 Been here awhile

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    I forgot to post up my schedule! :deal

    I will be on vacation, out of state, from 12/25 until 1/1.

    I'll answer messages as soon as I can but there may be a delay as I don't always have internet access.

    Thanks!

    Brady
  7. raebear

    raebear Been here awhile

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    Man I can't believe I just read this entire thread. So glad I found it however. PM sent for some work.
  8. APBlack

    APBlack nOOb on a fly

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    I remember seeing a set of MSR fuel bottle sleeves that had loops for strapping them in place. How much for a set of those?

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  9. corrado113

    corrado113 Been here awhile

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    I'll send you a PM

  10. cobrags

    cobrags Lost ADVR

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    Ordered 1 of each tool roll size.
  11. corrado113

    corrado113 Been here awhile

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    Got the order. It will ship out tomorrow and you should have it by the weekend.

    Thanks!

  12. lonerockz

    lonerockz Permanent n00b

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    PM Sent about custom cover for my fuel cell:

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  13. corrado113

    corrado113 Been here awhile

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    For those interested, here is a map of all the locations I sent products during the course of 2012.

    http://batchgeo.com/map/0db9cc233afb2030d1351c15e4c1f9df

    Thanks a again to all those that helped contribute to the pins in the map!

    Here's to a great 2013 working with many of you!

    Brady
    Storm Industries
  14. beechum1

    beechum1 Grimace Soup

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    Hey that's me.
  15. raebear

    raebear Been here awhile

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    Just ordered some hand warmers with windows for the new MTS, cant wait. Thanks Brady! :clap
  16. Ride4Coffee

    Ride4Coffee Been here awhile

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    +1 for Brady's work. He recently genned up a massage table bag as a gift, going off pictures and measurements. The bag is top notch, looks great, and fit perfectly.

    Thanks again, Brady!
  17. Moto Mikey

    Moto Mikey Been here awhile

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    Got my bags today! They look and fit great!

    BMW F800GS Jesse Luggage Pannier liners, Pelican 1500 case liner and Pelican 1170 (tool case) liner:

    Brake side Pannier:
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    Brake side Pannier:
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    Brake side Pannier:
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    Clutch side Pannier:
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    Pelican 1170 case liner:
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    Pelican 1500 case liner:
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    Pelican 1500 case liner with pack cubes inside for more organization (from eBags, not Storm Industries).
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  18. sierraoffroad

    sierraoffroad Long timer

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    very nice work. those bags look great. looks like the sky is the limit as to what this guy can sew.
  19. XCRider803

    XCRider803 Loftin' the wheel

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    I want to get in on all this storage goodness too. :D

    Have you ever done Givi E21 bags? I'm thinking half height like Moto Mikey did with his Jesse bags. The cases are roundish on the bottom and taper out.

    Thanks
  20. EvanADV

    EvanADV Big Bearded Boy

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    Brady - I've got a project in mind for ya.

    I have 16 of these Aluminum Military Antenna Mast Support Poles that I use for a portable hammock stand (when trees aren't available).

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/4-ea-4-ft-Rib-Aluminum-Military-Antenna-Mast-Support-Poles-NEW-/380392536716?pt=US_Radio_Comm_Antennas&hash=item5891297a8c

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    They are 4ft long and 1.75" diameter. I'd like a big long roll with a sleeve for each pole that I can roll up, cinch and clip shut to form a nice carry case about the size of a duffel bag. Plus, the sleeves would prevent the poles from clanging around together and making a bunch of noise. Does that make sense? Like a big huge tool roll, I guess. Let me know if this is doable for you and what it would cost.