Hmmm, where's Ed? Perhaps he's on vacation, so I'll shoot this out to the
list for thoughts....
--- Dan DiBiase <email@example.com> wrote:
> Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2001 16:25:07 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Dan DiBiase <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Upholstery Questions...
> To: Ed Kaler <email@example.com>
> Hi, Ed, it looks like the time might be nearing for me to get these
> dad-gum seats finished! The frames are all set to go and the diaphrams
> installed. I was test-fitting the cushions tonight and figuring out the
> process to follow. Porter is a little unclear (or maybe it's me) but
> is what I think I need to do -
> 1) Glue bottom cushion to frame then install seat bottom upholstery
> (are the bottom cushion covers 'handed' like the seat foams?)
> 2) Glue the seatback cushion to the frame, then do same with the
> cardboard stiffener (I assume the seatback covers are NOT 'handed')
> 3) Slide the seatback cover over the cushion
> Does the upholstery need to be glued down onto the foam cushions? I have
> contact cement that I am planning on using for the cushions; I assume
> will work...
> Thanks for any help you can provide... Next project is the front end of
> the '76. That ought to take me until winter...!
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