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Need to replace my seat cover on my XR100. Is this an easy job and do you glue the foam before fitting the cover. Thanks 

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I have to change my cover also. I’m not totally sure but I think you just take the staples out and then staple the new one on. YouTube should have tons of videos how to do it

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A huge +1 to that. 

 

 

 

I have two different T 50’s but:

 

Good brand or name of air powered stapler to look for that you recommend?

 

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Have used a lot of seat cover brands and surprised on how thin the materials are and how easily they wear and tear  

A durable seat cover that I have found is from rockymountainatvmc. 

Attach graphics seat cover!!!!

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14 minutes ago, yz250f 78 said:

Have used a lot of seat cover brands and surprised on how thin the materials are and how easily they wear and tear  

A durable seat cover that I have found is from rockymountainatvmc. 

Attach graphics seat cover!!!!

No what you mean. Thanks 

15 hours ago, S.O.A.N.Z said:

glue stretch and staple - without stuffing it up  :banghead:

 

Thanks most helpful 

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5 minutes ago, 76xtdrvr said:

I used the Arrow T50 stapler in the past with their 1/4" staples with good results. It's manual, so you have to push down hard and hold it against the cover/seat base before squeezing the handle.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Arrow-Fastener-T50-Heavy-Duty-Staple-Gun-T50/100021099

Got a T50 best stapler ever made.👍

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I found on 2 seat pans that the staples looked good. But often only one "leg" actually entered into the plastic pan. Then I tried electric, same results. So I went from "heavy duty" staples to "regular". Same results. Bought a Harbor Freight pneumatic and both types of staples went in perfectly.

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