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Est. 2020
Customizable  Comfortable  Balanced
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What better way to honor those we've lost by repurposing a gorgeous piece of hardwood (softwoods, too) from their collection.  ​

See the video on how I repurposed my late grandparents' cedar chest into my own, personalized carbon fiber tuning lever.

See the "How To" Instructions below.

Heirloom Collection Cost & How To Send Material To Randy

It's the same, exact price as the "segmented wood" option on the pricing page order form.  That's it.  

Pro Tip:  I use wood blanks (rectangular wood pieces) of approx. 3" diameter to start my projects which I then glue together how I see fit.  You need to supply me with enough wood material to fit a blank that is 3" x 20" (there is extra wood included in this figure in the event of tear-out during the first lever). 


Directions
EXAMPLE based on if you have 1/2" thick stock.  (Follow all safety guidelines when using older wood, a table saw,  & a mitre saw!!)

Step 1.  Email Randy at 88onpitch@gmail.com to tell me you'd like to send me your material for the Heirloom Collection Lever. 

Step 2.  Cut material into 3" width long boards using a table saw (which would look like a 2"x4" long board of lumber, only 3" instead of 4").

Step 3.  Cut long boards into 3" lengths using a chop or mitre saw.

Step 4.  If your material is 1/2" thick, you need to send me 40 pieces of 3" pieces.  This means you should be sending me 40 pieces of 3" x 3" pieces (if they are 1/2" thick).  If your stock is 3/4" thick, you need to send me 27 pieces of 3" x 3" pieces.

Step 5.  Put them in a box and ship them (might be slightly cheaper by USPS) to:  

88 On Pitch
149 High Valley Dr
Canton, CT 06019

 
 
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