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Old 06-06-2018, 11:14 AM   #1
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seat covers upper level. 40 mainship.

looking to replace seat covers. anyone know a shop that can replicate existing seats? Thanks
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Old 06-07-2018, 05:27 AM   #2
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In NYC, there must be a lot of folks that do that. I had mine done in Ft. Myers Beach, FL. by Land, Sea Air. THey did a great job. Not cheap though. $6,500 to do all the cushions including the settee inside and a new instrument panel cover.

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Any local Marine Canvas company can take care of that for you.
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If its just seat covers any upholstery shop can do it.
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We had ours redone as well a few years back. It's expensive as there are so many large cushions. We were able to save the foam in the seats, but had to replace the foam in the back cushions, that saved us some money but it still stung.
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If they are Pompanett (not spelled correctly) look on the label thing. Go online, they have direct replacements. May be less expensive then custom upholstery.


I took the arm rests off with the intension of replacing the pads, like the chairs w/o the arm rests better. Left them off.
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