CodyG

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  1. Bump - Added Douglas Versa Groover, Ron's Tools edger, Hackbarth 1018 set, Jeusche basket stamp, and a few Clay Miller tools.
  2. Added additional tools to both spreadsheets, marked some as sold/held.
  3. Added additional tools to both spreadsheets, marked some as sold/held.
  4. Thanks, Sam. I'm keeping a few things to do small projects. Added items to BK Tools list, and updated other list. Also, shipping will be priority mail probably $5-$7 depending on weight. Make offers for the BK tool sets. Open to reasonable offers.
  5. I'm selling most of my leather working stuff. Tools, knives, etc. Don't have the time nor a reasonably cool place to work on projects anymore. All of the BK tools are like new, and some I probably didn't even use. Please consider everything listed as "Used, like new" condition unless noted in the documents. List of BK tools: https://docs.google....dit?usp=sharing Please email with questions codygodden at gmail dot com Thanks, Cody
  6. I'm selling most of my leather working stuff. Tools, knives, etc. Don't have the time nor a reasonably cool place to work on projects anymore. All of the BK tools are like new, and some I probably didn't even use. Please consider everything listed as "Used, like new" condition unless noted in the documents. List of BK tools: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/15ud_Lo4OZbtF0q2GxcdHhNI-FqyLZDDamOKOMLiyVkc/edit?usp=sharing List of misc tools: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1w0wznEQ9xHWkZF8HVq33J8nMQfGsggBj0Sr0NbaIKoA/edit?usp=sharing I'll update the documents as stuff sells. I can provide pics also, but won't be able to get to it until this weekend due to my work hours this week. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks, Cody email for fastest response. codygodden at gmail dot com
  7. I use a wing divider to space the border on my work. Use a light line for the veiner and camo tools if you don't want it to show since they are curved.
  8. I can't rave enough about the knives that Terry Knipschield makes. I've got his two trim knives, a Chan Geer head knife, and his skiving knife. His knives are outstanding, and he's excellent to do business with. I also have a round knife from Paul at Leather Wranglers. Excellent knife, and a great guy too! The pull cut feature is very handy! knipknives.com leatherwranglers.net Thanks, Cody
  9. Clay Miller made me a set to work for #12 rivets. Let me know and I'll PM his email/phone number to you if you're interested.
  10. I've ordered a couple times from W&C after getting my samples. Linda has been very helpful (and easiest to reach) for everything. There was never any pressure to order when I first called either. I love everything they've sent me so far!
  11. Thanks for the offer. I'll PM you my email address. Cody
  12. Thanks for the link to the manual, CTG. I really appreciate it and it got me back up and running. Do the dealers normally not send a manual for the motors, or is this just something that was left out by mistake?
  13. Hey everyone, I received my class 4 a couple weeks ago, and I'm having issues figuring out the motor. I didn't receive a manual for the motor, and messing around with the buttons, I somehow put the m-effer in reverse, and I can't figure out how to get it back. Does anyone have a copy of the manual for the motor? Thanks in advance, Cody
  14. I know everyone's raving about BRL right now, and I'm certainly one to do so. Here's why... A couple weeks back, I ordered 3 sets from them and talked to Jerry about making custom templates for spur straps and bronc halter nosebands I make. I thought the price of $20 per template was reasonable and gladly paid for them. I received an email from PayPal on Sunday showing that I'd received a $10 refund. There was a note from Joyce saying that she had added a spur strap template set (different from my design) available to everyone to purchase and that the $10 refund was to make it fair to me. I didn't ask for the refund nor did I expect one. I've already used the $10 refund for my next order with BRL.
  15. Hey everbody.... I received my Class 4 on Friday and finally had a chance to use it tonight on some scrap pieces. I did have to adjust the tension since it came set to sew very thick material, and got it adjusted for roughly 16oz of leather. 1. The servo motor...I tried to use the up/down arrows to adjust the speed, and nothing really happened. The display just blinked in a random pattern and didn't increase or decrease the speed. The speed of the stitch is fine now since I need to crawl, but I assumed that tipping my toe would speed up the stitches. Any thoughts? 2. When I made my last practice pass, I used the wheel to make the last foward stitch, and let the needle rise about 1/4" before putting it in reverse. I made the back stitches to lock them in, but when I went to remove the piece the hook had grabbed one of my stitches and pulled it down. I was able to free the piece by cutting the top thread and pulling one of the ends of the snagged stitch. I tried a couple more times with the same result. I assume it's a procedural error of when/where I'm calling it quits, but I can't put my finger on it. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance! Cody