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Old 03-14-2008, 11:09 PM   #1
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Roush Seat Covers ??

So i've got a question for you well actually like 10... So here we go

1) What tool do i need any specialty stuff ??

2) Can anybody point me to a how to ? or maybe some instructions ??

3) How do you take the front seats out ??

4) The New foams should i attach that with that 3m Spray glue or is there another way ??

5) WTF ?

6) How do you get the old seat covers off??

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Ok,

I just bought a set of these as well. My understanding is the only tool you will need is a set of hog clip pliers. I also understand that once you get the old fabric off, the leather cover just slips over the foam. My understanding is the added foam is already sewn into the covers. As for getting the seats out I believe your will need a Torx socket.
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^^ No i got mine the other day and i got the seat covers with foam inthem and then new foams with the bigger bolsters as well...
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Which questions still need answering?

The foam gets set in place before you install the cover. No glue or any other kind of attachment method.


You need hog rings pliers.
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^^ Any and all question... I know you did it yourself right ??

Also got another question for you what at the hog rings used for ?? i mean what part ?? Thanks in advanced.
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I went into this a little on the other posts.

The hog ring pliers connect the seat cover to the frame.
This isn't for the inexperienced person, it takes a bit of work.
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got a link to that other thread ???
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http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/s...earchid=688596

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^^ Linky is dead


I did ?? Shit i got a horrible memory...


Hey Dan-o i got a question for you how long did it take you to install your seats ??

I havent done uphostery before but im good with my hands so i'm pretty confident but that could turn around and bit me in the ass.. i was thinking about 2 days worth of work...

Also you had to cut the holes for your head rest legs right ?? any tips ?? and how much of a pita is it to get the head rest covers on and then off...
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