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1. Tie five black strings provided to back flap of bottom seat cover piece as shown in Figure 1.
2. Place bottom seat cover on the seat and align the seam in the seat cover with the edge of the seat. (See Figure 2.) Note: The flap appears to be too long to fit the seat, but that is not the case. This long flap will tuck through the seat.
3. Tuck the flap and five strings between the top and bottom of the seat. Gather strings behind seet and pull tight.
4. Feed the the strings beneath the seat. If there is a wire beneath your seat, ensure that the strings go above it and that they do not interfer with the movement of the seat.
5. Each string will attach to a corresponding loop in the front. The easiest way to do this is to take a string through a loop twice, pull the string tight, then make a cinch knot (See figure 4). Repeat for each string. You want to get these as tight as possible.
6. Take skirt string (String that comes attached to cover) below and behind any mechansim along the side of the seat. Both sides are brought around to the back where they are tied off tight.
7. If headrests are present, remove the headrests.
8. Tie three strings provided to top seat cover. (see Figure 5) The strings attach to loops on the flap.
9. Pull top cover down tight over the seat. This will be a fairly tight fit and may require a bit of force depending on the style of seat that you have.
NOTE: Custom seat covers are made to fit tightly. You may have to pull rather hard to get these to slide on. A trick for getting them on fabric covered seats is to pull a grabage bag over the seat first. Then pull the seat cover over the garbage bag. This will greatly reduce the friction between the two materials and make pulling the seat cover on a lot easier.
10. Tuck the flap and strings through the seat as shown in figure 6.
14. Pull each string tight and tie it to its corresponding loop underneath the material as shown in Figure 7.
Your seat covers are now installed.
If you have head rests, Click here for head rest installation.