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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-10-2010, 09:15 AM Thread Starter
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Leather suit alterations

Can anyone reccommend a shop i the USA to alter a 1 piece suit??
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-10-2010, 05:03 PM
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spyderleatherworks.com just outside of Milwaukee, WI.

Alexa is the best. She does repairs/alterations on most of the CCS/WERA/AMA racers.
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If in Australia - Sydney in particular - Irena http://www.ozmotorcycleleathers.com/ she is amazing, great work & very realistic prices.

She has just done 3 jackets, 1 coat & a pair of pants for us


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I need to follow this thread, as I will probably never lose the last 5 pounds and 2 inches of belly that make my race suit so damned hard to zip-up, so alterations could be the answer...

(Exercise and diet be damned...I'll not give up my ale )

....of course, once zipped in I feel comfortably contained...sort of like a sausage.

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....of course, once zipped in I feel comfortably contained...sort of like a sausage.
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....of course, once zipped in I feel comfortably contained...sort of like a sausage.


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I need to follow this thread, as I will probably never lose the last 5 pounds and 2 inches of belly that make my race suit so damned hard to zip-up, so alterations could be the answer...

(Exercise and diet be damned...I'll not give up my ale )

....of course, once zipped in I feel comfortably contained...sort of like a sausage.
tight leather can be a beautiful thing too?

All you F4 riders may find this less interesting...


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Check out lizzyleathers at www.lizzyleather.com. Her number is 215-791-5344. I have lost a bunch of weight and she was going to redo my leathers for around $250.00 but I decided that because the suit is about 5 years old I will hold out and get new leathers over the winter. Her real name is Sherry Morrow.
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