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Custom Bar Stools - March 16, 2012, 11:14 AM

This guy makes custom bar stools and Redlevel had the great idea of seeing if the guy would do a discount for a group buy. I was thinking about contacting him to make one short enough that I could work on my bike, is anybody else interested in jumping on this? Either full-size or the short one I'm talking about. Here is the link:

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I'd be interested in a short one too.


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i'd be interested in a short one
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have him recover one of these:

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^^^ Now there's a great idea! I might see about picking up one and seeing what he'll charge to recover it.

Anybody else?


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Interested in the tall ones and a short adjustable depending on cost.


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Was there ever any word on this?


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I sent the guy a couple emails and never heard anything back. He's posted his ad again a couple times so I think it's safe to assume that he either isn't interested or can't make the short ones.


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I sent the guy a couple emails and never heard anything back. He's posted his ad again a couple times so I think it's safe to assume that he either isn't interested or can't make the short ones.


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