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    Default Automotive Upholstery

    Has anyone repaired driver's seats in your XJ? New foam, replaced torn/worn viynal?

    I'd like to fix mine, and I've heard anywhere from 120 to 200 to have it done.

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    Default Re: Automotive Upholstery

    Quote Originally Posted by Mudderoy View Post
    Has anyone repaired driver's seats in your XJ? New foam, replaced torn/worn viynal?

    I'd like to fix mine, and I've heard anywhere from 120 to 200 to have it done.
    nope i havent done that yet but theres lots of upholstery shops in conroe
    i know my spelling and grammer are bad but dont worry its not getting any better

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    Talking Re: Automotive Upholstery

    Quote Originally Posted by Mudderoy View Post
    Has anyone repaired driver's seats in your XJ? New foam, replaced torn/worn viynal?

    I'd like to fix mine, and I've heard anywhere from 120 to 200 to have it done.
    I picked up a passenger seat for 35 to fix my broken drivers seat pan. Cherokeeforum has a write up about broken pans, and the passenger seat pans are the same as drivers so just unblot and swap. if i was you i'd hit the jyards and find a passenger seat that matches and swap it out

    here is the link
    http://www.cherokeeforum.com/f51/84-...acement-23010/
    Last edited by msmoorenburg; 06-14-2010 at 08:01 AM.

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    Default Re: Automotive Upholstery

    He is right. That is the easiest fix.
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    Default Re: Automotive Upholstery

    I had mine redone at the same time I had my headliner replaced. Leather seats are beyond my areas of expertise.
    Hey bubba get your hand off my ass,

    Some days it is just not worth it to gnaw through the leather restraints.

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    Default Re: Automotive Upholstery

    Quote Originally Posted by Mudderoy View Post
    Has anyone repaired driver's seats in your XJ? New foam, replaced torn/worn viynal?
    It is not exactly what you want but, it show some interesting

    http://www.4x4xplor.com/xj-seat-tilt.html

    Hope this will help a bit..

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    Yeah getting a passenger seat makes the most sense. I may be hitting the junk yard after all. I just wonder how close a match in color and seat style I can find.

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