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Seat piping

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Re: Seat piping

Post by Sydsmith » Tue Jul 23, 2019 8:08 pm

Graham, just a suggestion, I guess white leather piping is more readily available, one solution might be to buy some white and some leather dye of the right colour? Syd

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Re: Seat piping

Post by Graham » Wed Jul 31, 2019 4:56 pm

I have had the samples back and they are vinyl, which I didn’t ask for. I have contacted a firm called C.A Cornish and I think they are going to sort it out. I forgot that Neil had give me there details I while back and I had already used them, that’s old age for you.

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