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Old 05-14-2013, 09:59 AM
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Default Re: leather and Motorized bicycles

That sounds like fun. I too did some leather work back some years ago. I still have a few tools; punches, sewing awls, needles, snap and rivet dies, etc. I did a practice seat cover on the last bike I built but used cheap vinyl. It came out okay but I'd really like to do one in real leather and do some burning similar to the saddle you pictured.

Keep us informed and show us your projects. No, I don't need a new wallet

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