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    JetTrim Seat Cover Installed on Carbon VXR

    Had to remove factory cover and lay down a sheet of plastic over the foam. Not one wrinkle or crease on the seat. Came out perfect. Check it out....









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    Looking Sharp!!

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    Cool. Good job.

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    THats sexy!!!!! how does it tuck into the seat bolster so nicely?

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    Looks great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanP View Post
    THats sexy!!!!! how does it tuck into the seat bolster so nicely?
    It has five pull tabs which act as anchors that are pushed through the foam from the top and lock in under it. They are right in front of the bolster and help keep the fabric pulled firm over it. My installer said this was one of the toughest covers he has done. He had to fight it the whole way because of how tight it fits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by STUNNA View Post
    It has five pull tabs which act as anchors that are pushed through the foam from the top and lock in under it. They are right in front of the bolster and help keep the fabric pulled firm over it. My installer said this was one of the toughest covers he has done. He had to fight it the whole way because of how tight it fits.
    That is similar to a new RXP-X seat cover I recently did. It had 2 or 3 of those pull through tabs to pull it down in the center due to the contour of the seat (Stock was the same way). JetTrim is number one in seat covers in my opinion.

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    There's something about blacked out machines...love the look.

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