Stem replacement?

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Grumpynuts wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 7:45 pm There's a repairman in Omaha, NE that works for Ted's Tobacco who does outstanding work at reasonable prices.
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To the OP. I would cut it down and re shape it. You could get a new pipe for the cost of a professional re stemming.
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Ya know what I do with chewed and busted stem pipes ? They go into a large bag , lol !!! I have a bag with 30 pipes probably , maybe more maybe less . I'd love to send that bag out and get it back all complete . But man , that would cost a ton
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