Motorcycle Seat Cover Install

How To Staple A Motorcycle Seat Cover!
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There are multiple different reasons you would need to replace a seat cover. Maybe yours is worn out or torn or maybe you’re just looking for something with more grip or comfort over your stock or previous cover. This video demonstrates the proper way to remove your current seat cover and also to inspect and repair your foam. We also show you the proper steps to install the new seat cover onto your seat. This method can be used to install a new seat cover on just about any motorcycle or atv seat. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC carries multiple different brands and styles of seat covers to fit your needs. Get yourself a new seat cover today @ http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/

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  1. Peachy ❆
    Peachy ❆ 23 May, 2016, 01:42

    can i use any material, not just one that is made for seats? How do i make a seat material myself?

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  2. Chris Bradford
    Chris Bradford 23 May, 2016, 01:42

    how in the hell can you use a manual gun the staples dont evan scratch the plastic under the cover

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  3. Jon
    Jon 23 May, 2016, 01:42

    I bought 1/2" high density padding and installed cut and glued it to the OEM seat cusion.  Final result: more cushion. (http://www.foamforyou.com/Open_Cell_Foam.htm)

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  4. Tony Stevens
    Tony Stevens 23 May, 2016, 01:42

    I have the dimensions of my seat and some pictures, is there someone on your site that can help me with this purchase?

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  5. Jon Moore
    Jon Moore 23 May, 2016, 01:42

    I guess there isn't any magical secret to this then is there? It sure is a pain to get all those wrinkles out. 

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  6. camoronL
    camoronL 23 May, 2016, 01:42

    How much pressure did you use? I have a similar pneumatic staple gun, and I tried sinking staples into the seat pan at a range of pressures up to 120 psi, but they still won't go in completely.

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  7. barnescycle
    barnescycle 23 May, 2016, 01:42

    Great video as usual

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  8. barnescycle
    barnescycle 23 May, 2016, 01:42
  9. barnescycle
    barnescycle 23 May, 2016, 01:42

    I hate Google plus

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