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Is anyone familier with slip on seat covers from Hartco. Are they worth the money or not?
 

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Dunno about the Hartco but I just bought a Mustang off ebay. It looked like a very nice cloth-covered seat cover. When it came it turned out to be a slip-on type with an elastic in a sewn hem around the bottom.

I tried it but it just didn't look professional - it looked just like a loose seat cover!

I solved the problem by unpicking the hem and removing the elastic. I then fixed it to the seat pan properly, with staples, in place of the original cover. It looks very nice now and I am pleased with it, but as a loose cover it just looked cheap.

Gilbert
 

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The Hartcos are a better fit. I seen one fitted to a GL1100 a few years ago and I was impressed.
 

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I've just bought a complete Hartco seat setup with drivers rest, the passenger backrest is a cover for the original and if it's the same materials for the slip on covers then the fit and quality is superb.
 

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The Hartco is a proper cover. It fits under the edge of the saddle and looks great. :clapper:
 

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Do they make covers that will fit corbin seats?

The upper on mines suede and dodgy when wet, could do with some sort of covering I can slip over it.
 
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