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Old 28-06-2012, 04:01 PM   #1
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Removing fabric from seats !!!

Anyone done this, gonna strip 34 gtt rear seat for bride fabric
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Once i get bride material to match my front seats exactly will be getting under way. Using 34 seats as black on outside so hopefully a matter of changing insert part. Also getting baby seat covered.
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Good wee project
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Gonna dye roof cloth and sunvisors black so all ties in together
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Anyone done this ???
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Think i read somewhere that the foam inside is injection moulded into the fabric pocket. As a result removing it without damaging the foam is tricky.
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Read that too but near sure by studing seat that is not the way it works, Will take seats to someone who knows what they are looking at but either way i am gonna bride its ass.
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Been chatting to a pro and seat is a goer. Yeeehaaaa !!!
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