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Old 06-20-2014, 10:49 PM   #181
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PM sent.
Back at ya.

I can get yours out tomorrow, but for anyone else I will be gone for the next week+ I can still reply to PMs but cant get anything shipped till I get back.


THanks!!!
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Old 06-23-2014, 06:06 PM   #182
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Got it already.

Just received my pants and jerseys, they look great and got here fast.

If you decide to start it up again I'll be a repeat customer. My brother liked them too, and if you still have some left he wants me to order some. I'll PM the details.

Thanks again.
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Old 06-24-2014, 12:01 PM   #183
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Do you have any small pants left?
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Old 07-14-2014, 08:43 AM   #184
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i'm melting!

damn. i just wore my pants on their inaugural ride and melted the bottom of the left leg on my exhaust (nice black spot on the pipe now). looking for some advice on this.

a) what can i do to prevent this from happening in the future? i didn't have the pants velcroed tight around my boot top, might that have prevented this?

b) what advice do you have for repair / preventing it from coming apart further? can a local seamstress cut off some of the melt, reinforce and restitch? should i leave it alone?

i can send photos later, at work now.
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Old 07-14-2014, 08:06 PM   #185
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damn. i just wore my pants on their inaugural ride and melted the bottom of the left leg on my exhaust (nice black spot on the pipe now). looking for some advice on this.

a) what can i do to prevent this from happening in the future? i didn't have the pants velcroed tight around my boot top, might that have prevented this?

b) what advice do you have for repair / preventing it from coming apart further? can a local seamstress cut off some of the melt, reinforce and restitch? should i leave it alone?

i can send photos later, at work now.
Hey sorry that sucks. Ya try using the velcro on the lower leg to adjust the leg tighter at the bottom so it will not contact the exhaust.

As for the repair....

The fabric is nylon so if it melted there really is no issue with it unraveling and it will not come apart anymore down the road. Fixing it would only be cosmetic. Where is the damage at? If on the hem it is really easy for a seamstress to remove the hem, cut a new piece and replace. If it is further up the pant leg using a patch is about the only option because deconstructing the pant to replace the melted panel is not really feasible.

If you decide to have it fixed and they do not have any fabric send me a PM and Ill mail out some fabric to use.



Also I still have a few Mediums, XLs and 1 pair of L in the 2013 for $115 shipped and a few '12s in small for $50 shipped. I think Im out of XL jerseys, but Medium and Large Jerseys are $15 shipped or $10 if you order something else The website is officially down so PM me if you want some of the last original Dubinky gear

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Old 07-14-2014, 09:41 PM   #186
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1 pair of L in the 2013

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Old 07-15-2014, 06:57 AM   #187
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Hey sorry that sucks. Ya try using the velcro on the lower leg to adjust the leg tighter at the bottom so it will not contact the exhaust.

As for the repair....

The fabric is nylon so if it melted there really is no issue with it unraveling and it will not come apart anymore down the road. Fixing it would only be cosmetic. Where is the damage at? If on the hem it is really easy for a seamstress to remove the hem, cut a new piece and replace. If it is further up the pant leg using a patch is about the only option because deconstructing the pant to replace the melted panel is not really feasible.

If you decide to have it fixed and they do not have any fabric send me a PM and Ill mail out some fabric to use.



Also I still have a few Mediums, XLs and 1 pair of L in the 2013 for $115 shipped and a few '12s in small for $50 shipped. I think Im out of XL jerseys, but Medium and Large Jerseys are $15 shipped or $10 if you order something else The website is officially down so PM me if you want some of the last original Dubinky gear

Ben
Hey Ben thanks for the response.
Considering a second pair of medium just to have, how many left now?

I might follow up with you about a piece of fabric, might be more than cosmetic ad the melt was pretty ragged/patchy. Appreciate that. Also any particular thread I should ask them to use, or supply on my own?

Here's some pics, it's just on the hem under the leather on the left leg. But I wouldn't be surprised if some continues to crack offa bit



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Old 07-15-2014, 12:01 PM   #188
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Wow ya thats a pretty good melted area

My advice to keep any alteration costs down is have the seamstress just cut off burnt stuff and add a new hem over (or encasing) the existing hem. Any heavier weight nylon thread will work fine.

I do have a few mediums left.

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Hey Ben thanks for the response.
Considering a second pair of medium just to have, how many left now?

I might follow up with you about a piece of fabric, might be more than cosmetic ad the melt was pretty ragged/patchy. Appreciate that. Also any particular thread I should ask them to use, or supply on my own?

Here's some pics, it's just on the hem under the leather on the left leg. But I wouldn't be surprised if some continues to crack offa bit



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Old 07-15-2014, 01:18 PM   #189
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Finally had a chance to try out your pants & jersey. Very nice kit!!! I should probably order some more before it's too late.
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Old 07-15-2014, 04:15 PM   #190
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I just used my 2013 pants and jersey for the first time over the weekend as well...something like 400 miles over three days in conditions from (less than) walking pace brush busting to 80 mph high speed gravel, soaking rain to bright sunshine. Temps ranging from low 50s to mid 70s. Very comfortable in all conditions, the leg vents work great, especially when standing. Honestly, they were so comfortable, I forgot I was wearing them most of the time.

This is great gear. Wish they could remain in production.
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Old 07-15-2014, 06:16 PM   #191
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PM'd on a large jersey
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Old 07-16-2014, 06:40 AM   #192
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Is Dubinky still in existence? I can't access the (old?) website.
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Old 07-16-2014, 06:41 AM   #193
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Old 07-16-2014, 08:02 AM   #194
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Thanks for the support and kind words guys!!!!

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Old 07-16-2014, 08:26 AM   #195
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Are there any pants for us Husky guys?
44 waist?
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