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Old 03-11-2005
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1992 Jump seat question

How can I remove the original seat padding, and put in new padding while keeping the stock plastic piece? By plastic piece, I mean the thing you see when the seat is closed.
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I wouold guess take off the handle first (2 svrews) nd it should give you an insight as to what is next, if you mees up I got a couple jump seats from my 92 you can have if you want
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Will play with it, thanks.
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