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Old January 12th, 2008, 03:53 PM
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Get some high-density foam--4" for the seat and 2" for the back. Then order a set of replacement canvas covers from Weebee Webbing or New Life Canvas. Should be about $100 for the both.

That way you can do away with the horsehair and the springs. Replace your plywood with a new piece of 3/4" if you need to as well. I did all this on the deuce passenger seat and will most likely eventually get rid of the springs and horsehair on my driver's seat as well. The stock seats are almost comfortable this way!

Good luck!
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