How To Fix Your Ripped Seat For Less Than $10

How To Fix Your Ripped Seat For Less Than $10

How to fix your ripped seat for less than $10

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Hoge690 690 says:

This guys pretty smart. He makes this nice lady do all the work while he does nothing hahaha

Sebastian Schmidt says:

Excellent video, but just a small hint. Contact cement, spray both sides of parts to glue, let them dry (completely till you can touch them) and then put both parts together.

Gregory Ardoin says:

Thank yall 4 the video!

Gene Bowen says:

Protect that cute little butt…and hers too haha…seriously though cool tip guys, thanks

Greg Milner says:

How are we supposed to pay attention when a pretty lady is teaching? Thanks, girl.

Texas Blessed says:


R Tiller says:

Then just throw some seat covers on it and call it good.

Canby Norman says:

1 used seat from Craigslist = $25.00

gilbert arnold says:

Great video thank you!

Ervin Ramirez says:

Went to the junkyard and picked up some seats off a 2010 bentley continental and slapped them on the jeep lmao

Matthew Wimpey says:

With this thickness of that needle I would have just doubled the thread up personally. Double the strength but the way yall did it should work fine anyway,I just normally overdue stuff lmao.

David Kozal says:

She can sew my seat up anytime she wants to.

will iro says:

Sew you so on an iron on patch? odd.

Alx2672 says:

Couple dogs, super cute wife, and loads of jacked jeeps and you say you're blessed for the garage, lol.

Randal Kidd says:

I use braided fishing line to see up stuff ! 40lb. 60lb works good ! Kevlar . Thread thru needle , bout ft. or two , pull both ends even ,tie ends in knot . So you double stitch . Super tuff

OM617YOTA says:

Wish I'd seen this video last week, would have saved me some trouble with my Yota. Where did you get an iron on patch that size?

Aired down and disconnected says:

Or… you can take it to your local upholstery shop and have it done right.

Brian Johnson says:

This video could not have been released at a better time for me. Now I know what I'm doing this weekend!

Jack Bernard says:

Just find a wrecked jeep and replace them. I have a 97 tj with 06 tj seats in them. The 06 seats sit about 1-2inches farther back and sit about an inch lower.

wyattoneable says:

Excellent, thanks!

dissociative cat says:

stay sticky

Joe Garofalo II says:

Ayyy i think those might be the same rims I got on my TJ!

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