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don't ever use tire foam on your seat!!! i did it to see what will happen, and it made the seat cover hard and tight. yesterday i was playing around and slapped the seat to knock some mud off and put a tear in the seat cover. it's like it dried it out...

anyone got any ideas on how i can cover it or change the cover itself???
 

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Ebay has replacement seat covers from time to time for around $20, but you still need someone to install it. You can also bring it to a local fabric shop and let them replace the cover. We have Mad Mark here on Fla blvd. in Baton Rouge that does custom fabric work.
 

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always

you always have the answer.

i think i will try to find the fabric and do it myself. I feel so stupid after i did that and saw the hole. i'm such an idiot.

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if you have an electric or air stapler it's easy to do.A normal stapler won't drive the staples into the plastic of the seat body.I recovered mine after i had a guy mold a pro-pad into the seat foam to resist a sore rear on 100+mile rides.
 

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cool

that is sweet, where did you get the material to recover it??

i think i can do it, or get someone to do it but i just need the material.
 

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Just think of what it does to your tires!

Silicone repells moisture, and has been known to actually dry the rubber in tires out!


That is why I never use the stuff.
 
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