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Very doable. When doing the seat backs make sure you nip down to your local dry cleaners and beg/steal/borrow some of those very thin poly bags they put suits in, makes getting the cover on so much easier.

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I'm considering this myself.

Having had to cut the bolts off the seat bases to remove them, how do you re-bolt them back on :unsure: The heads are under the foam and faux-leather...is it as it looks, bolt them on and staple the trim on afterwards?

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i'm more impressed by the rather neat looking garage...all items in their place!!

and yes the seats look good, though the original covers didn't look too bad..just that they needed new foam.

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Lovely job, any idea how hard the 2nd row seats in a 110 are to re-trim?

I've got to do them for my 110 at some point, partly because they're worn and old, but mostly so that they'll match my nice Denim Twill Exmoor Trim front seats ^_^

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