Aircraft Flooring Order Process01. Order Free Material Samples
02. Design Your Kit
03. Install In Your Aircraft
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Cirrus SR Seat Cover Installation Instructions
for conversion to Bolster Foam Kits
- Tools you will need:
- We recommend using 3M Auto General Trim Adhesive
- Seam Flipper
- It will take about an hour per seat for install from start to finish
Front Seat Preparation
- Remove old upholstery until you are down to the bare frame
- Pull Ceconite jacket over the frame
- Glue foam to Ceconite
Rear Seat Base Preparation
- Remove front blue strip of foam
- Glue on new blue & white pieces as shown
Rear Seat Back Preparation
- Attach 2 new pieces of HR bolster foam to achieve configuration shown
- Measure 6 inches down from top and glue them on
Seat Cover Installation
- Start with all seat covers inside out
- Pull the cover over the top 1/3 of the seat and then pull seat belts through the opening.
- Spray glue on the seat cover now (see next slide). Wait for glue to become tacky (approx. 5 minutes)
- Roll cover down. Do not press it in place until it is properly aligned at the bottom (see picture on slide 7).
- Once aligned, press down, working from top to bottom.
- Spray glue directly on the foam in the areas shown. Do not get glue on the bolsters
- Spray glue on the seat cover ONLY on the sewing line pleats/seams and not in between
- Roll down the cover over the foam and align the cover seam to the edge of the pink foam
- After aligning and confirming it is straight, start pressing the glue surfaces together.
- Press on each pleat
- Zip cover & tuck in the zipper
- Repeat process on all seats
- Modify the headrest to match
- Place the foam inside the headrest
- Put headrest on the seat
- Pull the strap through the posts
- Attach to the Velcro
Tricks of the Trade
- Push/pull to make tweaks to the fit of the seat cover
- Flip sewing seams to desired direction for aesthetics
- Steam out wrinkles