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    So i just got a set of fiberglass buckets and was wondering if you guys could help me out with some pics so i can get some ideas and so i can show the upholstery shop

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    are the bottoms removable or does it just look like its a separate piece? any more pics of those yellow seats?

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    Heres mine from my Flatty , I'll dig up some more for ya



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    How should i do the ass section Tom? I'm confused by that lip on the front of the seat. ps they are super nice! the gel coat and the quality is tits

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    heres mine. All once piece so no ass cushion to lose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HBInHeat View Post
    How should i do the ass section Tom? I'm confused by that lip on the front of the seat. ps they are super nice! the gel coat and the quality is tits
    Thanks Bud , were proud of them , the snap in covers generally include a panel under the a$$ cushion and then a cover (plywood) insert set in on top, However like Futs said they can be made up one piece too! depends on you upholstry guy and his creativity (or lack thereof) My local "stitch guy" spends too much time in TJ and not enough on the sewing machine Tom
    heres a couple more of a Runner bottom we did a while back

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    Gonna actually try to try out the helmet in September! lol God willing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRG View Post

    Gonna actually try to try out the helmet in September!
    Dayem who painted that thing. Someone does some kick ass work!

    This is what I'm looking to do this winter, except the colors flipped. Any input on the fabric vs. vinyl? I'd really like to go fabric unless I hear some horror stories.

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    the ensueing fire would likely be extinguished by the sinking however

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