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davidmoll

Guys, anyone tried to repair or had success repairing ripped vinyl tractor seats properly? Or is it best to just buy a new one. I guess it couldn't handle my post XMAS weight gainsm01

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Clear Gorrilla tape works good and holds up under use.Clean the vinyl then apply tape on one side and pull the split back together.I was surprised how well this tape works.Haven't tried the black tape but it may work good also.

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