Discussion in 'Covers' started by Markblaster, Aug 27, 2016.
What brand and places is best to get a seat cover. After a black one. And easy to install.
I've bought and installed a few Attack graphics gripper seat covers. They were from RockyMountain.com. Both are holding up really well.
Patience is your friend when installing a new cover. You'll also need a good heavy duty staple gun (I use a pneumatic one), and a good sharp razor blade (Utility knife).
The seat cover i have on now is a CEET! BLACK>>http://ceetracing.com/en/yamaha/77-stock-replacement-.html
BLACK GRIP>> http://ceetracing.com/en/yamaha/75-yamaha-atv-quad-all-black-gripper-seat-cover.html
Hi-flight stock cover>> http://hi-flite-usa.com/shop/seat-c...-quad/yamaha-atv-quad-stock-seat-covers-copy/
Im changing to a Hi-flight desert seat fome and cover.
Yeah I installed a cover a a CR125 seat and it was a pain. Ended up using the ceetracing stock foam and cover. Was a bit of a pain to install. did get it install nice and smooth but then I put in on the bike and it got a roll in it no the bend.
Bumps like this.
I have all the tool. Air stable gun and knifes.
79 bronco. Have you installed that cover yet? easy to fit?
would this be a good option?
That doesn't look bad, but pictures always leave alot of unknowns.
I have not installed my cover yet! Cant find the good staple gun? I got a good staple gun years ago and only used it on 3 different seats and now its MIA! Its also been toooooo HOT out, soon my free time at work im in the office with the AC going! lol
Thats another thing... the heat has been terrible!
Just found this thread about the ebay cover.
Got my seat cover installed and is perfect. Very nice quality and no big company logos on it.
Brought this one.
Looks good. I might consider it also, but I will go first to a local upholstery shop to check their samples.
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