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Pulling off Seat Covers

My problem is that my seats are all worn out and getting uncomfortable. My plan is to take tempur-pedic foam that we have extra from one of our kits and using it to repad my seats.

the foam is about 2 inches so its not ridiculously thick but i just want to make sure its easy to take the covers off. I know that it can be done because people have put in heaters, just want to know any tips
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i was thinking of getting fabric and taking my seats a part and having my mom make me new covers using the old fabric as a pattern
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my covers are still in good shape but the padding it just shot. if the covers were trashed i would jsut rip them off and get some fake leather or wetokale ones
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ok getting off is easy.

take a pick or screw driver and at the bottom there is a double L grove that will unclip. then pull off be gentle with it...


getting it back on here is the trick. get a trash bag put it over the foam and frame. slide the cover right back over will go on easy unlike with out the trash bag. then reach up in and rip the trash bag and pull it out...

learned that from a skilled older man wonderful trick
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thanks for the help zach, trashbag idea is good
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