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ssv1761982

Active member
Brian, I always wondered what that wood was for

I am doing some minor repairs on my seats and didn't know why that small strip of wood was there.
 

yellowfiero88

Well-known member
Good talking to ya Will!

To answer his question incase anyone else is wondering.... There is a second bottom that fits inside the 1x2's. This is free floating from the seat and the cover is wrapped around and stapled at the bottom. I did forget to tell you, drill a hole in the center (3/4-1") so it lets air in and out. If not then when you get up, the seat will not fluff right back up!
 
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