The border wire repair is the simplest of the three. All I needed was a piece of 8 gauge wire, a vice, and assorted hand tools like vice grips and other pliers. Then I just bent the wire into the correct shape. The end with the single bend goes into a hole in the seat frame and through an area in the seat frame with a built in tab that gets bent down over the top of this wire to help hold it in place. Then this piece is clipped to the rest of the border wire using 3 pronged edgewire clips closed with a hand tool designed for the job.
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Last edited by DanTwoLakes; 09-27-2008 at 11:30 AM.