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LOOKING FOR SOMEONE TO INSTALL NEW GRILL CLOTH AND TOLEX A CABINET IN NEW YORK AREA ANYONE KNOW ANYONE GOOD AT IT ???


 
9/16/2000 3:38 AM
MICHAEL
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LOOKING FOR SOMEONE TO INSTALL NEW GRILL CLOTH AND TOLEX A CABINET IN NEW YORK AREA ANYONE KNOW ANYONE GOOD AT IT ???
I GUESS THE SUBJECT IS SELF EXPLANATORY --- I WOULD APPRECIATE A GOOD REFERAL AS YOU KNOW TO SHIP THESE SUCKERS IS VERY EXPENSIVE -- SO I WOULD RATHER GO LOCAL  
 
THANKS A BUNCH !!
 
9/16/2000 5:47 AM
BWilliamson
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Can't help you with your search. But please, lose the caps--no need to shout.  
 
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9/16/2000 3:22 PM
MICHAEL
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did not mean to shout sorry it is hard for me to see small letters :0) did not mean to yell !
 
9/16/2000 6:42 PM
Michael
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seroiusly there is no one in the NY area that does this ?
same as above
 
9/16/2000 6:46 PM
Mitch
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You might try Time electronics. This place is owned and run by Rich Koerner. Hes a real cool guy and does some great amp work for people , Eric Schenkman from the Spin Doctors for one.  
Cheers
 
9/16/2000 7:02 PM
Michael
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thanks mitch do you know where he is located ??
 
9/16/2000 8:23 PM
Naked Clarke
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Rich is in Union, NJ. He is great with tolex and grill cloth and has a lot of different colors and materials.  
 
His number is 908-353-0933. You can check him out at his website first if you like http://www.timeelect.com  
 
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