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Leather Alterations - June 7, 2006, 08:58 PM

How safe would it be to have leathers altered to fit better? I will be buying a pair of leather pants for my birthday and, well, my legs are short. Like Calvin and Hobbs short. Would there be any downsides to altering the length of the legs?
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June 7, 2006, 09:03 PM

as long as its double stitched and the pads still line up
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June 7, 2006, 09:10 PM

I had my suit altered by Bedo's leather.

it cost me 110 i can't even tell where they did it, they jsut gave me the extra leather that was removed to fit me better.

www.leatherrepair.com


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June 7, 2006, 09:38 PM

I want to say the guy that works at Bedo's name is John, and he does FANTASTIC work! I had a number of things altered there, and it was top notch work every time. He's great, and I strongly suggest you check him out. The store is in Falls Church just down from the Papa John's.


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June 8, 2006, 06:14 AM

yeah, he was awseome. nice guy - has done lots of moto suits and knows what he's doing.

I posted about them earlier when I got my suit done there. The whole shop is just a nice place, everyone there is pleasant, and they can back it up with their QUALITY work.

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right on annandale rd (stay in right lane and just follow annandale rd to a dead end)
left on W. Broad street, go through first light, and its BAM on your right.


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Thank you....need to get mine fixed.


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