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Old 28 May 2010, 03:50   #1
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hinges for jockey seats

what type and size of hinge do i need to fasten the seat bases to the pods? cheers, mark
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Old 28 May 2010, 04:02   #2
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It will vary according to the shape/profile of your pods and the bases of your seat cushions.
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Velcro.
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velcro works well plus then the whole seat can come off out of the way simple and effective

good call mollers
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Piano hinges work well as you can cut them to the right length.
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good call mollers
Until someone nicks his seats......
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Until someone nicks his seats......
or whats in it.
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you can still put locks on even with velcro, its just a cheaper alternative
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I bet there's a thriving market in nicked rib seats in the Telford area.
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you can still put locks on even with velcro, its just a cheaper alternative
And neater.
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