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    Recover a saddle. Rigidone2 ???

    Have an old saddle that has seen better days. Mainly cosmetic, but large chunks of leather are missing. Where would I find some leather to replace it with? Checked the web and all I found were S&M sites, or finished goods wallets, belts. I just want a sheet of material to cover the saddle.

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    I think your best bet would to look up a local furniture or automotive upholstery shop. They would probably have what you need and could probably do it for you, if you were so inclined.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crux
    Have an old saddle that has seen better days. Mainly cosmetic, but large chunks of leather are missing. Where would I find some leather to replace it with? Checked the web and all I found were S&M sites, or finished goods wallets, belts. I just want a sheet of material to cover the saddle.
    Some helpful links here:
    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=22657

    Basically, Mike T suggests a google search for "Leather Supply" and not "Leather and Ball Gags"

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    http://www.tandyleather.com/


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