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01/24/2011

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Empathiser

Good hack! I find spinnaker repair tape is good for repairs and re-covers. Makes water proof and stable cover with no adhesive leakage. http://swiztheupsaddler.blogspot.com/

Ron Ablang

So what keeps the inner tube glued to itself?

Dave

The piece of inner tube I used is a cross section making a cylinder (or tube) of the inner tube, and doesn't need to be glued. Stretching the tube over the nose of the saddle has been enough to keep it in place.

I like the spinnaker tape idea, and I'll have to give it a try if the rest of the leather starts to go.

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