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Custon dyed discs

Postby pointdisc » Fri Jul 29, 2005 3:15 pm

Hey all, I have a question for you. I just lost my favorite disc and would like to replace it with a custom design dyed one. I'm looking for suggestions on who does the best work. I would prefer they have info on the internet, but if not so be it. The more flexibility the better, ie let me pick the weight and color.

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Postby valar2006 » Fri Jul 29, 2005 4:10 pm

good, very good!
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Postby pointdisc » Fri Jul 29, 2005 6:22 pm

Very good???

please explain

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Postby pointdisc » Sat Jul 30, 2005 3:33 pm

wwweeeelllll, no more need for the custom dye as I found my old one back, for the fifth time this summer. First two times it was in the bottom of Lake MI for a couple days, one of them some else found it and I saw them throwing it and traded to get it back. Had it stolen once, saw him do it and went to "wait" behind him and told him that it was a sweat disc he had. Then I said "You know, I had one EXACTLY like that two holes ago." Should have seen the look on his face. His excuse, they throw alot of discs. It's also spent a week up in a tree this summer. All in all, still a great disc.

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Postby Chains » Thu Aug 25, 2005 3:01 pm

pointdisc wrote:wwweeeelllll, no more need for the custom dye as I found my old one back, for the fifth time this summer. First two times it was in the bottom of Lake MI for a couple days, one of them some else found it and I saw them throwing it and traded to get it back. Had it stolen once, saw him do it and went to "wait" behind him and told him that it was a sweat disc he had. Then I said "You know, I had one EXACTLY like that two holes ago." Should have seen the look on his face. His excuse, they throw alot of discs. It's also spent a week up in a tree this summer. All in all, still a great disc.

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DR.DYE does some really awesome work. He can even do a custom design that you pick.
http://www.drdyed.com/gallery/
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Postby Texas Made » Fri Sep 08, 2006 1:47 pm

Chain reaction disc golf...
Joel Kelly is the owner and he does some fine work....
Google it.
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Postby TexasOutlaw » Sun Sep 10, 2006 6:06 pm

That's the dude! He does custom dyes as well as designs such as superhero tabards and such! The nicest stuff I've seen is the texas and US flags.
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Postby Rob » Mon Sep 11, 2006 10:05 am

Yea my friend got some awsome dyed discs from Chain Reaction. They can do almost any design you want. He got a sweet one that says disc golf 420 like an interstate sign.
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