Re: [DML] Seat Covers
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Re: [DML] Seat Covers

I bought the black covers from Grady's about a month
ago. It took me less than 10 minutes to pull the seats
out. I chose to take them to a local upholstery shop
and have them professionally installed. I knew I could
have done it myself but for $75 they did it for me.
Looks great and with the new carpets my car appears
new inside again. Brian--- drrrh_1 <rick.heile@xxxxxx>

> Hi,
> I just bought my first D. I have been dreaming of
> owning one of these 
> gems for years. When I went to pick it up I noticed
> that the clutch 
> was very soft and almost all the way to the floor.
> Well I was quite 
> bummed out since I now need to get the brake seals
> checked before I 
> can bring this baby home. Hopefully this is the only
> issue, since the 
> D does not use a cable, correct?
> While I am waiting I have been thinking about the
> cracked drivers 
> seat. Are the seat covers available from multiple
> areas any good? Do 
> you remove the old cover first and then replace with
> the new? Is there 
> a special way to do it? Should I remove the seat to
> re-cover it? 
> Should I just buy a new seat? I see these new black
> and grey 
> covers/seats, has anyone tried them, are they nice?
> Once I get my baby I am sure that I will be back
> many times. Thank you 
> in advance for all of your advice.
> Rick 3290 

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