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 Post Posted: Wed Apr 23, 2014 9:25 pm 
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Very nice quality and good price. http://tinyurl.com/kejftv2

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 Post Posted: Wed Apr 23, 2014 11:59 pm 
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It lokos very neat, mate. And at 51 quid delivered you can't go wrong.

Can you tell us a bit more about it?

How does it fit on the bike? over the original seat? does it replace the original seat?

do you have to staple it to the plastic bit under the seat?

do you have any photos of fitting?

thanks in advance

Lukasz


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 Post Posted: Thu Apr 24, 2014 11:11 am 
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w00cash666 wrote:
It lokos very neat, mate. And at 51 quid delivered you can't go wrong.

Can you tell us a bit more about it?

How does it fit on the bike? over the original seat? does it replace the original seat?

do you have to staple it to the plastic bit under the seat?

do you have any photos of fitting?

thanks in advance

Lukasz


Indeed, for 51 quid I'd be tempted too...


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 Post Posted: Fri Apr 25, 2014 3:28 pm 
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I would say its not to difficult to fit.
It's cut to fit the model so lining up is easy to do, the old cover comes off (staples removed with a flat screwdriver).
I would suggest using an air stapler as the hand ones are really not up to it (although we got away with it), we also used a hair-drier to heat up all sections before fitting as recommended. You get no instructions so if you have never fitted a cover before look on YOUtube for videos to get an idea first, as I said its not difficult but best to do a bit a of homework first. The front goes on first as the front pointed sections are pocketed and then work back checking each side as you staple it, I strongly recommend getting someone to help, I would not have attempted it myself!.

cheers, Rob

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 Post Posted: Fri Apr 25, 2014 11:38 pm 
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PunkRocker62 wrote:
I would say its not to difficult to fit.
It's cut to fit the model so lining up is easy to do, the old cover comes off (staples removed with a flat screwdriver).
I would suggest using an air stapler as the hand ones are really not up to it (although we got away with it), we also used a hair-drier to heat up all sections before fitting as recommended. You get no instructions so if you have never fitted a cover before look on YOUtube for videos to get an idea first, as I said its not difficult but best to do a bit a of homework first. The front goes on first as the front pointed sections are pocketed and then work back checking each side as you staple it, I strongly recommend getting someone to help, I would not have attempted it myself!.

cheers, Rob


Thanks for your reply, should be easy enough ;)


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 Post Posted: Sat Apr 26, 2014 7:41 pm 
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Looks very stylish :)


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