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Luggage repair - Central BKK (wheels replacement)

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I need to have the wheels replaced on an old Samsonite roll bag. I have the wheels but I don't have the tools. Any idea where I might get this done?

 

Also, need to have a leather bag buffed smooth to gloss.

 

Thanks

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i guess you should try one of this guys who repair shoes i the street or simply buy some tools mostly really cheap under 100 thb..

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21 minutes ago, kralledr said:

i guess you should try one of this guys who repair shoes i the street or simply buy some tools mostly really cheap under 100 thb.

 

 

That's what initially comes to mind but the guy I use and who does a great job mending shoes doesn't have the tools either. Perhaps doesn't want to bother. He doesn't buff anything so the bag is out for him as well. I need a Mr Bag kinda person.

 

It's a heavy, hard piece of proper luggage not a soft bag that might come to mind thinking about shoe guys.

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I've found Mr Bagfix with drop points in central BKK. Emailing them with photos.

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1 hour ago, Doge said:

I've found Mr Bagfix with drop points in central BKK. Emailing them with photos.

If it's too expensive you shall consider to buy the tools yourself if it's easy to fix!

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6 hours ago, Doge said:

I've found Mr Bagfix with drop points in central BKK. Emailing them with photos.

I've used them for a number of fixes and alterations to leather bags, if they can do it at least you know that they'll do a good job.

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18 minutes ago, Just Weird said:

I've used them for a number of fixes and alterations to leather bags, if they can do it at least you know that they'll do a good job.

Thanks. I'd called and they have a location central lat prao. I'd thought I'd seen one some years back but memory foggy.

 

They can do the wheels but can't buff the bag. I can live with that.

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5 hours ago, kralledr said:

If it's too expensive you shall consider to buy the tools yourself if it's easy to fix!

It's not an easy fix and I've no need for b500 of cheap Chinese tools.

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20 hours ago, Doge said:

Thanks. I'd called and they have a location central lat prao. I'd thought I'd seen one some years back but memory foggy.

There's a pickup point in Emporium's basement also if that's more central for you.

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