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Old 06-08-2020, 10:54 AM   #1
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Torn/worn seat cover recommendations?

The drivers seat on my 2000 SeaBreeze is torn on the seat bottom bolsters and will obviously only get worse with time. Can I hear about your solutions and costs associated?

I know I could probably go cheap, looks like crap to Get out the wallet and make it looks better than the rest of the coach. I'm leaning toward the cheap to moderately inexpensive options.

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Old 06-12-2020, 07:24 AM   #2
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Before doing anything, I'd take it to a local automotive upholstery shop. A friend was selling his 2010 Dodge pickup, but the driver's seat bolster was ripped bad and foam was missing. He was about to spend 6 or 7 hundred to replace the cover and foam. I insisted he try the upholstery shop because they can work serious magic. They fixed the foam and patched the bolster for around $150. It's worth having it looked at and quoted.
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