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Seat Cover

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start at the front of the seat. Pull it snug and align it, I usually put a staple in the very back to hold everything alignted. Go back to the front of the seat and begin to pull it tight (but not so tight that you flex the plastic seat form) and staple as you work your way to the back. Make sure to use staples that will not go all the way thru the plastic. I think it is a 1/4" staple that I use. You want the cover tight but not so tight as to bend or flex the plastic form, all of the designs and logos should line up when you are finished. Just take your time and line everything up and it will turn out fine. If you are 6 ft. tall or over I would consider the tall seat foam.

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