Seat covers

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  1. Markblaster

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    What brand and places is best to get a seat cover. After a black one. And easy to install. :)
     
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    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).
     
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    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.
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    I have all the tool. Air stable gun and knifes. :)

    79 bronco. Have you installed that cover yet? easy to fit?
     
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    That doesn't look bad, but pictures always leave alot of unknowns.
     
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    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
     
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    Thats another thing... the heat has been terrible!
     
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    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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