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leathers need repaired

so i busted some seams when i went down in june, and since the rc is begging to be laid over its time to get them fixed, anythoughts on how to get them fixed, they are agv's and its just a seem on the rear, do you take them back to the shop and they send them out, or do i need to take themto some s&m leather shop and have Mr. X sew them back up?



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so i busted some seams when i went down in june, and since the rc is begging to be laid over its time to get them fixed, anythoughts on how to get them fixed, they are agv's and its just a seem on the rear, do you take them back to the shop and they send them out, or do i need to take themto some s&m leather shop and have Mr. X sew them back up?
lol check your local bike forum. The GSB has a few diff leather workers recommended on it in the ATL area. So you should be able to find one there
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so i busted some seams when i went down in june, and since the rc is begging to be laid over its time to get them fixed, anythoughts on how to get them fixed, they are agv's and its just a seem on the rear, do you take them back to the shop and they send them out, or do i need to take themto some s&m leather shop and have Mr. X sew them back up?
My buddy used to be a cobbler and has done all sorts of leather work... He'd probably do it real cheap... I'll talk to him...
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post #5 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-28-2007, 10:20 AM
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We use Syed Leathers in Florida, they do great work and are EXTREMELY reasonable!! Tell them Jenna from AGV sent you!

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look around for a local Cowboy / Saddle shop sometimes they will repair your leathers cheaper then most MC leather repair shops.
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We use Syed Leathers in Florida, they do great work and are EXTREMELY reasonable!! Tell them Jenna from AGV sent you!
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