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Leather repair

Unread postby byke33us » Thu Jun 13, 2019 11:06 am

Anybody have a line a good leather repair shop. Have a pair of Held gloves I'd like to repair instead of replace.

Live in Troutman so within 40 miles or so.

Thanks in advance,

Ron
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Re: Leather repair

Unread postby Marc K » Sat Jun 15, 2019 7:16 am

I've used Heathers Leathers in Clover SC for some seat custom work, back when I had an HD. I also had him make some custom dog leads when I had a police K9. It's been sometime since I've been by the shop so I guess he is still in business. His shop is behind his house and its in the north end of York Co outside Clover. I would call him first and explain what you have and try and setup an appointment. He can be slow if you drop it off. Don't get me wrong - the man knows leather inside and out and he is a true craftsman - he just gets side tracked. I started calling his wife and she got things moving ! Hope this helps http://heathersleathers.com/home.html
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