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kentishvanman
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Seats ...recovering

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HI,
Has anyone had, or can recommend a firm to recover my Autosleeper rear seats. Original is looking a bit tatty. Idea of cost would be handy. The foam innards are ok but it might be cheaper not to send the foam away and have new.
Could probably DiY but I have enough to do.
I am based in west Kent.
Thanks
1987/8 Autosleeper, 1.9dg (Automatic) hightop. Petrol/ LPG

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Mrs8925
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I used this guy last year to replace the foam in our rock 'n' roll bed cushions. Gave him the old ones to copy and seemed knowledgeable and i was happy with the foam and price. He also said he did recovering and the examples in the shop looked of good quality.

I have however just googled him to try and link you and it seems to come up as Springfrield Stores and gets mixed reviews. On a personal basis, i would recommend but do feel i need to highlight the google reviews!

https://www.google.com/search?ie=UTF-8& ... _id:HzmXKc

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You have Cass Brothers in Bromley - been there for absolute donkeys so know their beans. I’m hoping to get my front leather seats re-connolised there next month.
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300CE wrote: 18 Sep 2020, 08:13 You have Cass Brothers in Bromley - been there for absolute donkeys so know their beans. I’m hoping to get my front leather seats re-connolised there next month.
Hi,
I forgot them. Have used them before. They are ok.
Thanks
 
1987/8 Autosleeper, 1.9dg (Automatic) hightop. Petrol/ LPG

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