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Seats, Seat Heaters, and Seat Cover Suppliers
Barrett Seat Company
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Seat Belts
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Upholstering Seat Covers Upholstering Seat Covers
How to make basic pleated seat covers for a 1938 Ford truck. Details on repairing broken struts with sleeves made from brake line, marking frames/panels/padding, using hog rings and hog ring pliers to fasten vinyl to the seat frame, adding foam...
12-31-1969 07:00 PM
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Tying Coil Springs Tying Coil Springs
How to tye coil springs in a seat. Details on proper spring compression, types of knots, fastening springs, and tying springs on both round and flat seats.
12-31-1969 07:00 PM
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Truck Seat Upholstery Tutorial Truck Seat Upholstery Tutorial
Comprehensive tutorial on how to make a 1979 Ford truck bench seat. Details on separating the seat, taking off the old seat cover (removing hog rings and J channel), taking the seat cover apart to make patterns (removing wires from listings,...
12-31-1969 07:00 PM
by Guest
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The Scratch-Built Hot Rod: Seats The Scratch-Built Hot Rod: Seats
How to upholster seats for a scratch-built hot rod. Details on removing panels from donor seat to use as patterns, stitching pleats, upholstering flat panels, making welting, assembling the panels, and making headrests from scratch.
12-31-1969 07:00 PM
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Seat Spring Repair Seat Spring Repair
How to replace older flexalator seat springs with 9 gauge sinuous wire springs. Details on cutting and de-arcing the springs, D-ending the springs, attaching the springs to a border wire, attaching helical springs to the border wire, pulling the...
12-31-1969 07:00 PM
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Seat Dimensions of Junkyard Seats for T-Buckets Seat Dimensions of Junkyard Seats for T-Buckets
List of various seats from 80's and 90's vehicles suitable for use in a T-Bucket. Includes measurements of seat back width, seat bottom width, and seat back thickness.
12-31-1969 07:00 PM
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Reupholstering and Installing Seats in a 1954 Chevy Pickup Reupholstering and Installing Seats in a 1954 Chevy Pickup
How to make custom seats for a 1954 Chevrolet pickup truck out of Ford Escort seats. Details on disassembling the seats, gluing sew foam to buffalo hides, stitching the leather, sewing the panels together, making french seams, installing the seat...
12-31-1969 07:00 PM
by Guest
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Removable Seat Inserts for T-Buckets Removable Seat Inserts for T-Buckets
How to make removable seat inserts for Ford T-Buckets. Details on Luan construction, making a lip from metal or fiberglassed plywood, and installing tackstrip and door edge guard.
12-31-1969 07:00 PM
by Guest
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Relocating Your Seat Tracks Relocating Your Seat Tracks
How to relocate seat tracks on an early Ford Mustang. Details on lowering the seat pan, relocating the seat tracks rearward with flat steel bar stock, and reinstalling the seat tracks.
12-31-1969 07:00 PM
by Guest
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Recovering Seats Recovering Seats
How to re-upholster bucket seats. Details on taking apart and marking/documenting the old seat, proper order of seat disassembly, making chipboard patterns from the old parts (soaking in water, flattening with a steam iron, and weighting down),...
12-31-1969 07:00 PM
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