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Offline Redwood

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Do You Need New Living Hinge
« on: November 26, 2013, 10:28:13 AM »
  My wife and I make the very best living hinge available at the best price too. Our hinge will likely last you the life of your trailer. Made with climbers webbing rated at 5000 lbs It will not tear or rip nor unravel. It's sewn with a chain lock stitch and since the material is nylon the ends can be melted for a permanent seal. Please see our ad in Classified on this web site. Or email us at gg45cn85@att.net

  Here are a few reviews from those who have purchased our hinge.

    Charlene Bargert I've heard great reviews on this source of living hinge.

October 14 at 5:29pm Like   1

    Jerry Kadar I add my great review, best product out there and I had the other stuff had to remove it.

October 14 at 6:28pm Like 1

   Otis Furgeson I use these living hinge's on both of my Apache's a 78 Royal and a 78 Ramada and all I got to say is that they will out last me. Their AWESOME!

October 15 at 10:49am Like  1

   Tim Schaefer
    HOT DANG! Just got living hinge in from Greg, (Redwood) on dotcom, PEOPLE PEOPLE PEOPLE this stuff is the whip! Makes the cotton stuff a obsolete. Chad Gregory, serious, get with Greg, figure out how to hook it up but this is the stuff you need to be dealing! Just by holding it you can see how much easier it will be to install, it will also last and wear better and slide like a dream.

Studioman.     I JUST received my new living hing materials from Redwood. VERY well stitched and it is clear the material he is using is TOP NOTCH!

September 7 at 9:57am  Like  3

      
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« Last Edit: January 30, 2014, 02:26:44 PM by Redwood »
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Re: Do You Need New Living Hinge
« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2014, 10:42:52 AM »
I too have just recently purchased this living hinge from Redwood. Price is great, and the materials and craftsmanship are stellar; 10X better than the original cotton type material that was used in theses originally. Many thanks to Greg and his wife.

Scott S.

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Re: Do You Need New Living Hinge
« Reply #2 on: May 03, 2017, 08:36:58 AM »
I too have just recently purchased this living hinge from Redwood. Price is great, and the materials and craftsmanship are stellar; 10X better than the original cotton type material that was used in theses originally. Many thanks to Greg and his wife.

Scott S.

    Thank you Woober,
       My wife Colleen and I are always happy to hear good reviews about our living hinge.
       We are still making the hinge. If your interested, email us at gg45cn85@att.net
       For a quote give us the year Apache you have and your zip code for shipping quote.
                                                        Thanks again and good camping, Greg & Colleen
GREG
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