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DELTA can we see some current pics of the repairs
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Originally Posted by osyris View Post
DELTA can we see some current pics of the repairs
peter
I gave the car a good clean a couple of days ago and was thinking how well the repairs have held up. The seat still looks like this



as I did the repair all that time ago. It has not regressed at all.
 
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I would luv for the p[roduct to work as well as you show, but I have my doubts.
This current picture is the EXACT same picture posted https://www.jaguarforums.com/forum/i...air-kit-25580/
Hold up a current newspaper on the seat repair and take a photo... that way I will believe you.

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The seat as of today, with this months (May 2014) Gardener's World magazine. I promise you I have done nothing since the original repair.




 
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Thankyou delta for taking the time to do that.
Its definetly looks better than it was and it is 4-5 years since the initial repair.


If you have any better photos of the repair area, do post them.


I don't think anyone expects a 100% repair that'll be permanent, but as long as its an improvement with some durability its acceptable.


Anymore photos with a direct line of sight to the repair area would be great.
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Thread bump for those who were at the meet and asked about the repair.
 
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Thanks for the post. I also have to repair my driver seat, but it has more worn on it
 
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Great series Delta.

So now your long term preventative maintenance schedule is to require all women with studded jeans to remove them before entering your car.
Oh. I had assumed it was Delta66 who was wearing the studded jeans. I was about to say in all my years of checking out Jags, I have NEVER had the experience of seeing any man in any type of studded jeans get out of one! I was gonna ask him to post a pic of the actual cause of the damage!
 
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Originally Posted by Translator View Post
Great series Delta.

So now your long term preventative maintenance schedule is to require all women with studded jeans to remove them before entering your car.
Oh. I had assumed it was Delta66 who was wearing the studded jeans! I was about to say in all my years of checking out Jags, I have NEVER had the experience of seeing any man in any type of studded jeans get out of one! I was gonna ask him to post a pic of the actual jeans!
 
 
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