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Pete 07-25-2022 04:55 PM

Ripped seat pocket
 
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This happened when my son borrowed my van. Any suggestions how to fix it or who could fix for me? I am in Irvine, CA

Twoxentrix 07-25-2022 05:09 PM

Could always just cover it with one of the molle system seat back storage units (most go across the front as well though - search them on Amazon to get an idea). Otherwise, try an Auto upholstery shop - they may just pull the entire seat cover off to fix it.

JWA 07-27-2022 04:40 AM

Could always try these guys too if no local shop is available: https://www.theseatshop.com/?gclid=C...caAlkbEALw_wcB

FWIW I HATE when people damage by shyte and make no offer to repair in on their dime OR offer no apology---learn a lot about people (no matter who they are) when it comes to doing the right and honorable thing.

Such an incident tends to be the last time I loan them ANY thing!

SMB123 07-27-2022 07:48 AM

There are types of blindstitches that you can do - done right you can do them from an orientation like that and then pull it all together and have a good look.

Now that the whole forum would like to at least lightly punch little Timmy in the back of the head - please share what in tarnation actually happened there?

Sam C 08-04-2022 10:05 AM

Not a fix but I agree with TwoXentrix. I installed the below product. It does not exactly fit. it took a bit of getting it into place. But I am happy with it. It adds extra storage and looks pretty nice. I you want I can send photos later. Just let me know.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Pete 08-21-2022 03:10 PM

Repair
 
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This is what I decided upon. A bit ghetto in looks, but function is 100%. A side benefit was I was able to tighten up the elastic at the top of the pocket that had stretched out.

Pete 08-21-2022 03:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SMB123 (Post 313602)
There are types of blindstitches that you can do - done right you can do them from an orientation like that and then pull it all together and have a good look.

Now that the whole forum would like to at least lightly punch little Timmy in the back of the head - please share what in tarnation actually happened there?

I didnít go with blindstitching, but did stitch it up.

He moved some furniture in my van while moving into his new apartment.


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