Custom Sewing and Cordura Items

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

  1. Grinder

    Grinder Wrong way 'round

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    For all who care.
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  2. budsboy

    budsboy I crashed the swing too. Supporter

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    That is something I would be interested in --
  3. Grinder

    Grinder Wrong way 'round

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    I had Brady make a tent duffle when he was just starting out. Quality was awesome back then... i’m Sure it’s equally great now.

    My idea for the tool roll is a bit of an evolution to the others I’ve seen. 10” tall means bicycle pumps and tire levers fit easily.
  4. Blissed

    Blissed Been here awhile

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    Great, and what colors may they be?
  5. Humboldt Airhead

    Humboldt Airhead Been here awhile Supporter

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    Hi, I have an older Stich Roadcrafter jacket that the Velcro is worn out on. Stich will not do the older jackets so I was wondering if you did this.
    Called Stich and they said they can do some repair so check with them if you need any help.
    Thanks, Jim.
  6. Bruincounselor

    Bruincounselor North Plains Drifter Supporter

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    I'm surprised to hear that Aerostitch won't fix you up. They did a 20 year old Roadcrafter for me a couple of winters ago: new zips, velcro, repaired a melted section too. When I got it back it was as good as new, well worth the cost to keep my old trusty friend.
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  7. Humboldt Airhead

    Humboldt Airhead Been here awhile Supporter

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    According to the website they have limited repair services on gear 15 years old. The main problem is they will not replace the loop part of the Velcro which is the worst part.
    I have not called them to ask though.
  8. Bruincounselor

    Bruincounselor North Plains Drifter Supporter

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    Call and ask.
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  9. corrado113

    corrado113 Been here awhile

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    My recommendation would be to call Aerostitch and see if they can repair the gear. If they won't, I may be able to help but would need to see some photos to confirm if I can do it or not. Sometimes there is specialized equipment required.
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  10. Eatmore Mudd

    Eatmore Mudd Mischief on wheels.

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  11. Humboldt Airhead

    Humboldt Airhead Been here awhile Supporter

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    I finally called and said they will replace both parts of the Velcro along the main zipper and the collar. Cost will be 150. And will take about a month.
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  12. Bruincounselor

    Bruincounselor North Plains Drifter Supporter

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    Great news. Please edit your initial post on this topic to reflect this update. Keep us posted on how it turns out.
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  13. Meritlane

    Meritlane Been here awhile

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    I have one of these liquid containers. What is the bag you created? Picture?
  14. worthydog

    worthydog Shosholoza Supporter

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    That's it in red on the back of my buddies bike. Corrado made it for me
  15. Meritlane

    Meritlane Been here awhile

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    curious what the bag cover does? tie down points? the fuel bag seems like it needs no further protection but I always like an excuse for another bag.
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    worthydog Shosholoza Supporter

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    I think it provides robust protection from brush or a spill and it gives a ton of tie down points. The bag is much more useful with it
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  17. Eatmore Mudd

    Eatmore Mudd Mischief on wheels.

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    It is.
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  18. Meritlane

    Meritlane Been here awhile

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    Got a picture of it?
  19. Eatmore Mudd

    Eatmore Mudd Mischief on wheels.

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    Not currently. Funny thing is my buddy with the commercial sewing machine is going to add additional tie down loops to the bag. I can post pics when I get it back.
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  20. JagLite

    JagLite Long timer Supporter

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    I will also try to remember to take pictures of mine when I get home tonight.... :scratch
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