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post #1 of 35 (permalink) Old 11-11-2010, 05:41 PM Thread Starter
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Spyder Leatherworks suit cleaning - Special pricing and free shipping!

Alexa is having an end-of-season special for 15% off her normal prices for a cleaning or any other suit service. This puts you at just over $63 to get rid of that funky stank... and I'll even take them up there for you so you don't have to waste all that extra money on shipping. Just make sure to drop it off in Skokie or Buffalo Grove within the next couple of weeks... shoot me a PM and we'll meet up. Turnaround time is 2 weeks after I bring them to Milwaukee. If you're in a hurry, I'll let her know and she can ship it back to you sooner.

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Far cheaper and works great!

http://bigmeaniemotorsports.com/leatherclean.php

From Big Meanie, local board members 5Axis and Hotwings.

I do love Alexa though, just offering another alternative.

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Far cheaper and works great!

http://bigmeaniemotorsports.com/leatherclean.php

From Big Meanie, local board members 5Axis and Hotwings.

I do love Alexa though, just offering another alternative.
yup! i've used it before, seemed to work pretty well. not a bad alternative at all.

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A little off topic, but I have a new leather coat with a cut in it. (Don't ask) and I was wondering if these leather companies can repair a cut like in this picture so it looks like new again? It's about six inches long and is a clean cut.

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A little off topic, but I have a new leather coat with a cut in it. (Don't ask) and I was wondering if these leather companies can repair a cut like in this picture so it looks like new again? It's about six inches long and is a clean cut.
Call her and ask. If that pic was just a little bit smaller, it would be totally worthless

Greeny! Let me know when you go, I'll take the ride with ya. Going to do the Leather Therapy leather wash on my suit and send it up for some zipper repairs.

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A little off topic, but I have a new leather coat with a cut in it. (Don't ask) and I was wondering if these leather companies can repair a cut like in this picture so it looks like new again? It's about six inches long and is a clean cut.
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A little off topic, but I have a new leather coat with a cut in it. (Don't ask) and I was wondering if these leather companies can repair a cut like in this picture so it looks like new again? It's about six inches long and is a clean cut.
Alexa can fix anything. BUT, my guess is that she would replace the panel, not stitch it up... I am sure she can do whichever you prefer.

She does all the work on my leathers over the years and just does INCREDIBLE work!

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shoot her a bigger pic to [email protected] and ask what your options are...

Greg I'll probably be making it a weekend thing to hang out with our milwaukee riding hooligans for a couple nights. I'll let you know when I'm headed up...

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Fo sho I'll be dropping my leathers off. I also have a jacket that needs to be fit for me.
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If that pic was just a little bit smaller, it would be totally worthless .
You're right. I should have checked that after I posted it.

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Where should I go to have my suit let out a bit in the chest? Maybe its just not broken in enough ... but its quite tight in the chest when I wear my chest/back protector ... if I just wear the back protector it fits mostly fine.
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Where should I go to have my suit let out a bit in the chest? Maybe its just not broken in enough ... but its quite tight in the chest when I wear my chest/back protector ... if I just wear the back protector it fits mostly fine.
Bally's or Lifetime Fitness can take care of that

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Jordan, I will drop my suit off at your place since we are neighboors. I also have some scuffs and need some stitching checked done on it after my last asphalt surfing at BHF.

Can you PM me your address/phone again?

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Hey Jordan, Thanks for hauling the big pile 'o stinky leathers up here!!

I have 3 suits that are orphans as the owners didn't put contact info with the suits. And Fred, please call or shoot me an email with your digits, I don't have them for some reason.

If you had your suit sent up via GreenyExpress and I haven't contacted you about it and what you need, please shoot an email to spyder "at" wi.rr.com or give us a call 414.327.0967

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haha i sent you an email with all the info (suits and contact stuff) to the wrong email address. oops! resending now...

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everyone should have received an email if your suit was sent with me... except Mike (pocket rockets) bc i don't have your addy. double check the list to make sure i've included everything you needed done and that your contact info is correct.

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<<<<<<<<<<< Alexa did this one! Thanks Great work, thanks to Dwags Logistics for bringing it there.

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everyone should have received an email if your suit was sent with me... except Mike (pocket rockets) bc i don't have your addy. double check the list to make sure i've included everything you needed done and that your contact info is correct.
I've already spoken to Alexa. Sorry about not sending you an email yet, I haven't gone on my personal email. My suit is not one of the "orphans"
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Let me know when you go to pick them up. Maybe you can take mine up then?

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Greg if not I can take it up when I head up there next week. I can also drop off the RD forks for you.
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Greg if not I can take it up when I head up there next week. I can also drop off the RD forks for you.
Uhm... if someone goes up there, and passes the NW Suburbs... I have two more jackets that need zippers...

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That's cool. I'll let you know before I head up there. I'm guessing next week.
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That's cool. I'll let you know before I head up there. I'm guessing next week.
Cool.... I'm leaving on a jetplane on thursday....

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