Seat reapaulstry

 Anyone know the best place to get the seats in the boat redone. S of river prefer. 

Has anyone had it done and rough cost 

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 Before I sold my old glassy

Mon, 2018-10-08 16:49

 Before I sold my old glassy I got the cushions re-done for 120 each at mandurah motor trimmers.. to do the entire seat wasn’t worth it.. better off getting new seats for around 330 each at mandurah boat chandlery. If you want a quick fix (to stop the water absorption/wet bum).. I sprayed the old cushions with leak seal (plumbing section bunnings).. looks awful but saves you getting a wet bum

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Dog

Mon, 2018-10-08 20:23

 lokks like a dog chewed them RUSS 

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 them seats are very

Tue, 2018-10-09 15:57

 them seats are very comfortable but over the time the previous owner left the boat uncovered in the sun. at the moment a towel goes over the top. i was just curious weather its worth it . 

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You can try mate of mine

Tue, 2018-10-09 22:11

You can try mate of mine “Sidney” from here http://www.passionupholstery.com.au He normally works on boats in 7 digits range, but does everything. Depends how busy he is at the time. Price wise, I am not sure. Depends a lot on material cost. If you pick leather from a specially bred Swiss cow worth $1000/m2, it might get pricey. 

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 I have very similar seats.

Wed, 2018-10-10 12:53

 I have very similar seats. Dropped them off to Boat Canopies WA in Wangara last week for a recover and will be picking them up on Saturday. Can let you know how they turn out if you want. Price is $380 + GST per seat. Is a little pricy but I like the seats and they fit well in the boat. The ones from BCF etc I dont think are the best quality.

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 I have very similar seats.

Wed, 2018-10-10 12:53

 I have very similar seats. Dropped them off to Boat Canopies WA in Wangara last week for a recover and will be picking them up on Saturday. Can let you know how they turn out if you want. Price is $380 + GST per seat. Is a little pricy but I like the seats and they fit well in the boat. The ones from BCF etc I dont think are the best quality.

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gruntre69 on the forum redid

Wed, 2018-10-10 13:15

gruntre69 on the forum redid my rear bench seats and back rest for me along with a new canopy. I would use him again in a heartbeat without bothering shopping around as the workmanship and communication was second to none and at a price I was happy with.

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New

Wed, 2018-10-10 18:48

Could find it cheaper to buy new seats Russ

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 its looking that way. thanks

Wed, 2018-10-10 19:14

 its looking that way. 

thanks all for their input 

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