Got a problem here that I need some help with.
I finished rebuilding one of the '69 front buckets. Not too tough.... finding all the holes for everything that bolts to the frame under the upholstery was the worst part. Hunt & poke, hunt & poke... the back covers are the last thing to get installed.
Now that the new bun and upholstery is on the back rest portion, I need to cut slots in the top of them to slide the plastic sheath down into the frame for the headrest shafts.
I can poke something up through the inside of the frame and figure out the general area where I need to cut the upholstery, but now I'm SCARED!
There should be a couple screw holes in the top of the frame I would imagine. I have another seat that I can dissect if need be.
Any advice before I go hacking at the new vinyl? I need to be as precise as possible so that the plastic insert lays properly. I have the feeling that the plastic insert was supposed to go in before the upholstery.
Not too much of a problem. I can still get it under the vinyl through the slot that I cut.
[ 02-23-2005, 02:14 PM: Message edited by: HwyStarJoe ]