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Old 04-09-2021, 08:26 AM
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That looks fantastic. You're gonna make me go back and dye mine now!
I need to correct a couple of places on mine anyway. Where the outboard bottom corner of the seatback tucks in at the hinge. You can see on mine that I got that wrong. I'll have to remove the plastic to get to the hogrings there. Cut them off and re-tuck.
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Easy fix, there is a single hog ring loop in the frame just inboard of that area where you pull the piping around the corner and straight across the back, pull it nice and tight and ring. If you have Legendary covers they might have enough piping to catch another loop farther inboard. I had the wife ring it while I pulled on it.

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Old 04-09-2021, 08:25 PM
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Yeah, l should have fixed it back then but covering the seats was the last thing left to do before I could drive and l didn't want to pull the trim back off. Heck, it was the "last" step of 10 year journey. I was ready to drive!

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