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Couple of my leather projects

Old 04-14-2006, 02:18 PM
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Default Couple of my leather projects

Here's a couple of tooled leather pieces I did.They will eventually be made into seats,but I'm not finished with them yet.The tooling is complete,I just haven't dyed them yet.


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Old 04-15-2006, 01:17 PM
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Welcome aboard roadrash. Nice leatherwork!
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Thanks Leon!
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Nice work. Are you putting them on your own bike or are they for sale?
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These two are for a couple of friends of mine.But I do sell others.
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Do you have a site? Or do you work from home, store or what?
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I work at home as far as leather goes.My arm is in a cast which means it'll be a few weeks til I can work on another project,though.But I do have a forum, http://roadrashchoppers.smfforfree.com
and I'm posting a sieries of 'How to's on leather working if you'd like to try your hand at it.Or you can wait til my arm heals.Oh yeah,I also make tool bags,saddle bags,sissybar bags and such.
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Sweet stuff! Sweet indeed.
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Hey rash, road rash. I would like to get into doing leather, can you give me some tips? I have a lot of questions and really don't want to start posting like a made man. Maybe we can im each other. Let me know please.
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