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    Say mine one kenna scratch by cats until rabak liao. wants to replace the leather skin.. any auntie shop in the west to intro? anyone know.
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    Juzzwheelz at Bukit Merah does upholstery.

    $30-$40 and up depending on the material. $30 if you get those cheapo no texture black leather, if you just need to replace the seat and don't care about fancy stuff.
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    I've heard good things about Eugene Sadlery... 203 JALAN BESAR.
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    or just go malaysia ahgua lane. i did mine for 30rm.

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    I did 2 things. One is change the seat cover. Next is put on plastic spikes to protect the new seat cover when I leave the bike. I cover my bike daily.

    If you change and don't do anything to protect the cover, it will be scratch again.

    If you don't intend to do anything to protect and you don't mind ugliness, juz use duct tape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiq View Post
    I did 2 things. One is change the seat cover. Next is put on plastic spikes to protect the new seat cover when I leave the bike.
    u have a pic of the plastic spikes bro?

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