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    Ripped Seat...

    The vinyl on my seat is ripped and I don't feel like buying a whole new seat. I looked and the vinyl is only stappled on to the seat. Could I just take off the vinyl that is currently on and replace it with new vinyl?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Goliath View Post
    The vinyl on my seat is ripped and I don't feel like buying a whole new seat. I looked and the vinyl is only stappled on to the seat. Could I just take off the vinyl that is currently on and replace it with new vinyl?
    like seriously are you really asking this as a question?

    M-Line
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    you can get seatcovers from any of those places.. that look cooler than your stock cover...

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    Quote Originally Posted by HallPass View Post
    like seriously are you really asking this as a question?

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    you can get seatcovers from any of those places.. that look cooler than your stock cover...
    It's not like I'm trying to impress anyone. I just want something cheap that will get the job done. I don't need to get something that "looks cooler than my stock seat."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goliath View Post
    It's not like I'm trying to impress anyone . I just want something cheap that will get the job done. I don't need to get something that "looks cooler than my stock seat."
    A plastic bag will get the job done Or an old tent if you want to go that route .

    Take the cover off and staple ziploc baggies to it for all we care
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    Quote Originally Posted by HallPass View Post
    like seriously are you really asking this as a question?
    That's why. Doesn't sound like help to me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by canadaxp View Post
    A plastic bag will get the job done you stupid douche. Or an old tent if you want to go that route you stupid douche.

    Take the cover off and staple ziploc baggies to it for all we care, but you will look like a moron in doing so. Oh no wait, you will look like a stupid douche.
    hahahaha.... Your from Canada. Enough Said...

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    Quote Originally Posted by canadaxp View Post
    A plastic bag will get the job done . Or an old tent if you want to go that route .

    Take the cover off and staple ziploc baggies to it for all we care, .
    I personally used tin foil, did the job perfectly... here are pics
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    wow you are new and you are slamming someone

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    Quote Originally Posted by GPR RIDER View Post
    wow you are new and you are slamming someone
    Not for long!

    Kale, I asked that this be taken care of...

    Goliath, back it down!...PR...
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