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Offline Fbodywarehouse

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We have been working on this series for a few weeks and are pleased to release this now together as one "Complete Guide" This is by far our most extensive Video Guide ever produced and covers everything you could ever need to know in one series. You can enjoy off of these videos online of course for free NOTE we do have these available at www.Fbodywarehouse.com in DVD form as well

The videos are true step by step and provide easy to understand direction and information through the complete seat restoration process. This process is the same if you are using PUI, Pony Express, or Legendary seat covers. 

Enjoy guys it took about 50 hours of filming, editing, and creating this video series and hope you find this useful. As always we carry a wide selection of seat parts and covers online at www.Fbodywarehouse.com

Remove a 3 pc Rear Seat


SEAT COVER REMOVAL
Rear Seat Lower


Separating the Upper & Lower Seats


Front Seat Upper


Front Seat Lower


Seat Tracks


Replace Seat Springs Lower Bottoms


SEAT RECOVERING
Rear Seat Upper


Rear Seat Lower


Connecting the Upper & Lower Seats


Front Seat Upper


Front Seat Lower


Install Seat Belt Guide Retainers


Install Seat Back Piping Accent Trims on Deluxe Seat Back Plastics


Install Seat Belt Buckle Trim Covers for Shoulder Harness

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Re: Seat Recovering 101 -- Everything Your Momma Did NOT Tell You! VIDEO GUIDE
« Reply #1 on: November 27, 2014, 02:47:53 PM »
Hey fellas! This series has been so unbelievably helpful to me, thanks! I would be nowhere without it. As it stands I have all the rear seats done and my passenger seat in bits. One thing I am wondering... In the videos about pulling apart and putting back together the front seat upper and lower you mention the plastic bushings and a possible Ford truck tailgate bushing that might work. Do you have any more specific info on that or other alternatives?

Thanks again,


Rick