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bondy

original Beta cloth

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bondy    1

hi i have some NOS beta cloth for sale see it on ebay

ebay item number .  272792451884

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12 hours ago, Mexican Gerbil said:

That went cheap!!! Wish I'd seen this earlier. I paid more than that for the fake stuff!! 

Did you buy a set of covers from Aldridge? I guess a lot of the additional cost is the labour for making them. 

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I ordered a set of front and rear Betacloth covers for my RS from Aldridge, they arrived Friday and look very smart. Looking forward to seeing them fitted. 

Seats out ready to be stripped. These covers are not Betacloth but are in good nick and are available if someone wants a cost effective set of replacement covers. 2nd shot is one of the new covers ready to go on.

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So you can simply change the covers on your Scheel seats? So they send you the covers and you change them yourself? When I looked at fixing my Mk2 ones up it all looked permanently fixed and required a re-upholsterer.

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15 hours ago, Rally Pack 2000 said:

So you can simply change the covers on your Scheel seats? So they send you the covers and you change them yourself? When I looked at fixing my Mk2 ones up it all looked permanently fixed and required a re-upholsterer.

Mine aren't Scheel seats, they're standard mk1 RS roll top recliners but yes you can. Mine needed attention to the webbing straps, foam and one of the tilt cables had snapped. As the covers have to come off to address all of those points, I figured I may as well go the whole hog and go for a set of the right covers. 

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