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06/27/2011

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 cafn8

From the looks of the red saddle, I'd say that I'm not the the only one who liked their old WTB SST so much that they re-covered it when it wore out. I used vinyl for weather resistance, though. I also used 3M spray glue (super 90, I think) which seems to hold it down on to the curve on the center a bit better, but not very well under the edges. Maybe I'll try the shoe glue our gorilla glue under there to fix the job.

Tyler

Use a crap ton of little spring style clamps and stretch that thing smooth.

coventry recycled cycles

I've a couple of seat stored away in the garage which just wore out- i did have a go at covering them but never managed to get the fabric taught enough to make the seat look good- reckon you would need to staple the edges to hold them in place.

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