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Discussion in 'General' started by liferider, Sep 26, 2017.
Looking for big Bigdog or Bigdog biker patch for the back of my new CCW vest
I found a BigDog Sturgis 2010 patch at Daves.....yours by chance?
Dave has it, if it's yours.
you look here
Take a pic of it and take it to a upholstery shop and have them make ya one. I took these hoodies to a lady near me and they did this Hellcat to the size I told them.
E Bay has em.
Can't find them there
Looking for one like what's on Hman's vest
Hman can you post a pic of the back of your vest
This is the patch I can not find on our site for sale
I think Tim did a special order a while back. I have both versions. The other has "two wheels move the soul"
I have a spare one like on Blacktopper's jacket-- the 'Big Dog Motorcycles' silver/black patch. The 'bad to the bone' underneath was an add-on.
It's yours if you want it.
Thanks, I’ll take it! Jonathan LaBorde PO Box 876 shreveport La 71162
I think you would have better luck at an embrodiery shop. Most upholstery shops dont have embrodiery machines. You will still have difficulty due to logos being trade marked.
embrodiery I think you mean embroidery
But any who, that's what I meant to say, but my fingers type faster than my thought process
I never had a problem with trade marks and it would be small potatoes to a Corporation anyway, Attorney fees would cost them more than they would recover unless you went into mass production and were selling it.
The upholstery, I mean embroidery shop I use will make anything I can take a pic of.
You may not have a problem with it, but most embroidery shops do.
I own a custom upholstery shop and get asked all the time to do logos that are "tm" 99% of embroidery shops won't do it.
I'm sure you can find ones that will do it.
My point was it's like trying to find an exhaust shop that will cut out your converter and replace it with a piece of pipe.
Most embroidery shops won't because it's not ethical or legal same with exhaust shops.
I was saying to the op, don't waste your time calling either an upholstery shop or an embroidery shop. 99% are going to tell you no.
You would spend more time trying to find a shop would be willing to take the risk, than you would looking for a patch elsewhere. Legal fees or not most shops don't want the hassle.
If I offended you by correcting you I'm sorry that wasn't my point or intention.
No offense taken, I guess it just depends where you live, the shops I deal with around me are very down to earth people and are more than willing to help you get what you want. Not only embroidery shops but also vinyl decal shops.
And you used an exhaust shop as an example, just so happens that recently I just purchased a cat delete pipe for one of my bikes and installed it myself. Paperwork stated that the pipe was to be used for off road use only that's how easy it is to get around something.
People will always find ways around what is legal or morally correct if it benefits them.