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    Jettrim cover question ??

    So i just picked up a nice ass jettrim cover for my gpr (thanks jayohentran) But my question is my current seat has a hydroturf cover and under it is the oem cover. After i remover the hydroturf cover do i keep going and remove the oem cover or just re-wrap the jettrim cover over the oem one ???????????


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    Leave the oem cover

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    jet trim

    Quote Originally Posted by mrbtd View Post
    Leave the oem cover
    +1^ Also staple under upolstery style ,you have instructions? Use a power stapler , i don't think a hand stapler is powerful enough or deep enough. Its a good choice, you'll feel the comfortable difference,better than that oem slippery vinyl sh#t

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    Thanks guys I plan on using a compressed air powered staple gun I just dont know what type of staples to use

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    I'm doing the same soon too....Gotta use stainless steel staples, I found some in Lowes and it said not for marine use...if SS aint for marine use then i dont know what they expect you to use

    I'm curious on staple size too, I think it's 3/8-1/4....Not sure if thats a certain staple or if they meant sizes 3/8 down to 1/4 staples is good...

    I seen a cheap air staple gun at harbor freight I planned on pickin up if the right staples fit

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    If you guys will do a search, Hydrotoys has a great post on recovering your seat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XL1200Ltd-Keith View Post
    If you guys will do a search, Hydrotoys has a great post on recovering your seat.

    Yes excellent " how to". Here's a few pics, i thought i used SS but it really doesn't matter , even with the rust they will hold just the same, and if one pops out just shoot one in.

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    you notice the good silver ones , those are the original staples for the original vinyl seat, you leave those on.

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