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william wallace

Clam Sleeper canvas repair?

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I live in the Chisago lakes area and I was wondering if anyone knows of a good canvas repair shop???

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Wyoming canvas is located right next to Hallbergs marine in Wyoming. They build portables and so repairs as well.

Tunrevir~

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If you are willing to go over to Ramsey, Canvas Crafts in Ramsey is now a sponsor and I was there this morning and dropped off my Otterskin for a new zipper. I figure they are the best in the area and they are very reasonable on price.

If you call them ask for Eric and say you heard of them on FM.

I think it depends on what you have done right now, but turn around is a week to two weeks.

If you decide to go to a small shop, call ahead to see what lead time is. You would hate to hear 4 weeks.

Good luck!

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You can get a whole new canvas for 249.00. Keep that in mind when you get cost estimate. What is the repair? Holes or zippers? I have some spare material from my old canvas if the holes aren't too big.

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Canvas Craft and Wyoming Canvas are both good!!!

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