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Apr 13, 2010
I did a nice job burning a neat little hole through the top layer of fabric. The foam underneath is fine. Anyone ever have to do a repair on a pad before? Will manufacturers hook you up with a replacement cover or do a repair for you? Just want to patch it somehow before it gets worse with use, and try and make it look decent in the process. stephen chiu
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duct tape, looks badass and requires almost no effort, or you could sew on a patch. who cares what it looks like, it's either laying in the dirt or stashed in your basement. Keenan Waeschle
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Apr 13, 2010
Keenan Waeschle wrote:
duct tape, looks badass and requires almost no effort, or you could sew on a patch. who cares what it looks like, it's either laying in the dirt or stashed in your basement.


hah true that. only problem is it's not mine and would like to get it back to the guy i borrowed it from in somewhat original condition. i like the patch idea
stephen chiu
From tucson, az
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Apr 18, 2010
you could always try one of those iron on patches??? Don't really know though I've always been a duct tape guy myself. pooler
From Albany, NY
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REtro
If you can't duct tape it then JB Weld it. R. Moran
From Moab , UT
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Apr 18, 2010
Hot n Juicy
Option 1: Buy it from the dude you borrowed it from - be willing to take the responsibility for damaging it; 2. Patch it - get it done right. Go to a reputable place that can repair packs - gotta be some place near you that can double stitch cordura or similar material; 3. Duct tape - see notes above; 4. Seam Grip the hell out of it. It'll look like you REALLY enjoyed using the crash pad (wink, wink); 5. Select one of the above WITH the dude that you borrowed from and include multiple frosty beverages to smooth things over. DaveGustafson
From Palm Desert, CA
Joined Oct 27, 2008
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Apr 18, 2010
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I have a triple mad pad that was just falling apart due to cheap stitching and cheap material (with all that said this pad is still awesome). Took it into a local seamstress, removed all the foam and they patched and stitched it up in a matter of 15 minutes... I think it works better than it did before now. Monty
From Golden, CO
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Apr 18, 2010
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Hey,

Send it to Wet Dreams in Flagstaff, AZ.

They sew for VooDoo and will take good care of your and your stuff.

Jason
928/864-7091
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k -tape!

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MichaelClimbs wrote:
Hey, Send it to Wet Dreams in Flagstaff, AZ. They sew for VooDoo and will take good care of your and your stuff. Jason 928/864-7091 dreamgear2008@live.com


ahhhhhhh! i always wondered who gina's seamstress was lol...
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Crash Pad repair bump. CO_Michael
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