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    Any recommendations for a marine upholstery shop in CT?

    Looking to get my seat cover installed by a reputable and reasonably priced shop in CT, any ideas? TIA!


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    Redan in Newington CT. Great work, never a problem.

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    Thx!

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    Called Redan but unfortunately they are only open on weekdays and with work I cant make it. Stopped by Seafarer Canvas in Norwalk today and was quoted $190. Buddy of mine called me shorty after and highly recommended I talk to Greg at Fairfield Auto Upholstery in Fairfield. Stopped by for an estimate (some awesome cars in his shop being worked on) and he also skis on Zoar and knew what I wanted. Total price $80 with SS staples. A+++

    Fairfield Auto Upholstery
    462 Commerce Drive Fairfield, CT 06825
    203-336-1962

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    Nice. How long did it take him?

    Post up some before and afters of the seat if you can...

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    Quote Originally Posted by STUNNA View Post
    Nice. How long did it take him?

    Post up some before and afters of the seat if you can...
    Picked up the seat today and am impressed. When I dropped it off Wed night he asked when do I want it, so I said by Friday night is cool and Friday morning I got the call it was ready. I guess if you call ahead and schedule it he would do it on the spot. I'm impressed with the way its stretched exactly where it belongs on the seat and the amount of staples, looking at it I'm pretty sure I couldn't fit it the way they did.

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    Happy ass..

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