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Old 06-02-2015, 11:35 PM
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Default Re-covering my Boss seat!?

I have a Boss seat on my 2005 M7. It has faded over the years and has some cracks on the seat from the weather. Any info on how I can go about re-covering the seat? How much would it cost as well?

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I wouldn't count on much from Boss....Steve the so called new owner is even worse that the old owner Jim....

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and Try to get Steve on the phone ...LOL that wont happen...
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I have a Boss seat on my 2005 M7. It has faded over the years and has some cracks on the seat from the weather. Any info on how I can go about re-covering the seat? How much would it cost as well?

Kevin
Keven did you get your seat recovered yet?
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