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  • efficient
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    anyone have trouble getting the top half bolsters of leathers to go on? such a pain, im not even close to get them on the spikes.
    i steamed the foam, i hope thats not my problem.

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  • efficient
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    anyone add any foam to make it thicker and fuller?

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  • RobE30
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    I was going to pick up a pair of leather STi seats for my coupe but this has convinced me otherwise and it's cheaper! Well done to those of you who have done this.

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  • mannyuk
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    I just finished with Lseat.com reupholstery.
    gratifying job.
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  • eternal24k
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    Has anybody done Recaros with Lseat covers? Looking to do my SR-Ds adn hoping I can get it to come out as nice as those who have done sport seats

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  • reelizmpro
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    I used a can of DAP contact cement and a bunch of clamps around the edges. Some like spray adhesive but I liked working with the tacky contact cement better.


    Last edited by reelizmpro; 01-05-2020, 11:01 PM.

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  • efficient
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    sooo im gathering stuff to replace the leather seats on my sport seats and was wondering what kind of paste/glue you guys are using to glue on the leather for the back rest?

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  • loudog8486
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    Buckle Holder

    Here's a photo of the part:
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  • loudog8486
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    Help Removing the back seatbelt holster

    I have done the bottom parts of my seat with the Lseat covers and has turned out pretty good. For the back support piece there is the seatblet buckle holder which needs to be removed, I think... I need guidance in removing the seatbelt buckle holster, for lack of a better term. I saw a guy use what looked like WD40 in a video. Looks like they are toothed bolts. I do not want to break the buckle holster part and am at the point where I am wondering if I am doing something wrong.

    Any other suggestions or advice? Thanks.

    I will post some before and after photos later, so far I am impressed with the product.

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  • boomer
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    Originally posted by benwalsh91 View Post
    perfect thank you!! he may do some other bits that i am after too. i need carpet but needs to be LHD... I have noticed he is also in London which is handy!
    You're welcome.

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  • benwalsh91
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    Originally posted by boomer View Post
    Contact brutus about getting some vertical sport seat foam.
    https://www.r3vlimited.com/board/member.php?u=101714
    perfect thank you!! he may do some other bits that i am after too. i need carpet but needs to be LHD... I have noticed he is also in London which is handy!

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  • boomer
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    Originally posted by benwalsh91 View Post
    Ah man so there wouldn't be any way for me to get the fronts to match the backs in terms of horizontal / vertical lines?



    They are super dry, whats photo'd is the passenger side. The drivers side is where it is ripping. it isn't bad to be honest, its not like there is foam falling apart here there everywhere but would rather sort it before it got bad

    Untitled by Ben Walsh, on Flickr

    Untitled by Ben Walsh, on Flickr
    Contact brutus about getting some vertical sport seat foam.
    https://www.r3vlimited.com/board/member.php?u=101714

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  • benwalsh91
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    Originally posted by Mike36 View Post
    You have to chose the convertible seat with the horizontal lines. The vertical seat line covers use a different style foam to accommodate the vertical lines.
    Ah man so there wouldn't be any way for me to get the fronts to match the backs in terms of horizontal / vertical lines?

    Originally posted by mbonanni View Post
    Those seats look pretty nice. If you don’t have any large tears Ayou should just buy a leather refinishing kit and clean up the leather and cracks.
    They are super dry, whats photo'd is the passenger side. The drivers side is where it is ripping. it isn't bad to be honest, its not like there is foam falling apart here there everywhere but would rather sort it before it got bad

    Untitled by Ben Walsh, on Flickr

    Untitled by Ben Walsh, on Flickr

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  • mbonanni
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    Those seats look pretty nice. If you don’t have any large tears Ayou should just buy a leather refinishing kit and clean up the leather and cracks.

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  • mbonanni
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    Those seats look pretty nice. If you don’t have any large tears Ayou should just buy a leather refinishing kit and clean up the leather and cracks.

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