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1. '66 MBG Seat Upholstery (score: 1)
Author: Douglas Gaither <>
Date: Thu, 7 Oct 2004 13:33:19 -0700
Dear MG people, I am finally installing the leather upholstery. The bottoms weren't a problem, but the backs have me concerned. I've taped the card backing onto the frame and the foam cushion seams v
/html/mgs/2004-10/msg00133.html (7,420 bytes)

2. Re: '66 MBG Seat Upholstery (score: 1)
Author: "Paul Hunt" <>
Date: Fri, 8 Oct 2004 09:34:28 +0100
My Porter (1989) shows the gluing of some thin plastic sheet to the shoulders of the foam to make pulling the cover on easier. The foam is previously glued into position on the frame. PaulH. Check ou
/html/mgs/2004-10/msg00138.html (7,329 bytes)

3. Re: '66 MBG Seat Upholstery (score: 1)
Author: Dan DiBiase <>
Date: Fri, 8 Oct 2004 04:54:52 -0700 (PDT)
Doug, it's actually fairly straightforward - just get a dry cleaning bag (they type they give you over hanging clothes) and slip that over the foam cushion. Then, slip the cover it - it will slide ri
/html/mgs/2004-10/msg00140.html (8,293 bytes)

4. Re: '66 MBG Seat Upholstery (score: 1)
Author: "Rick Brown" <>
Date: Sun, 10 Oct 2004 20:08:10 -0400
The plastic that they use at the dry cleaners to cover your clothes after cleaning works well. And it comes out easily after you have the cover on. Rick Check out the new British Cars Forum: http://w
/html/mgs/2004-10/msg00175.html (7,873 bytes)

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