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Anyone in the Northern Virginia or Frederick, MD area who has installed seat covers before, who's fairly to moderately confident in their ability, who would be interested in helping me install new covers on my '66 seats, who doesn't mind getting paid in small amounts of cash and large amounts of beer and pizza, please email me. I'm nervous about tackling this myself. I will come to you. Thanks!
 

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I would help, but I am just starting to figure it out myself. I took out one seat and started to take it apart to see what is involved with it. It doesn't look to complicated, just a lot of hog rings. I think that you could probably figure it out. Just do one at a time, so that you can look at the other one while you do the first. If I finish before you start, I will supervise your efforts.
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FYI,a little tip..use black tie wraps instead of the hog rings..works mint.Its the only way I do seats,and I've done quite a few.

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