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Posted by Rainman on October 09, 2001 at 14:46:25:

In Reply to: Thanks. I have hogring pliers from prior cars posted by Winton 94 740il on October 09, 2001 at 13:53:54:

leather then. I am not sure how the stock seat is done but it shouldn't be much different. The foam usually holds up well on these and the leather may not have stretched too much into a different shape than your seats. Tucson's getting too big these days, time for me to head up to pinetop instead.

I have the pliers and a bag of rings sitting in my tool box. The leather is in good shape (car is always garaged). As you know, the sun in Arizona is hell on leather. How's Tucson these days? I lived there for thirty years. Now I live in Scottsdale.

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