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    Seat Concepts The right tools for the job.

    10663002_10203682389852350_354317059_o.jpg got the staple gun and staples from Harbor freight.
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    You need wide crown and 1/4 to 1/2. staples
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    I have more then I will ever use get the stapler and I will send you fifty.
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    Very nice offer Paul, mailing fifty staples should come in at just under an once. The shorter 1/4" really work great around the front of the seat where padding gets thin. My homemade cover benefited from the greeter holding ability of the longer staples towards the seats rear.
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    i got the same one. It also works good at around 85psi on the seat and on hanging insulation around 40psi. Good little staplers. My only complaint is that the stapler handle pops open now and then. NO BIGGIE considering the cost
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    Hey Zdiver1 you had mentioned something about glue in your list (from another thread) is that to glue the foam to the seat pan or ???

    I'm planning on using my new Makita LXT 18 volt crown electric stapler but at $250 hardly a deal if you're only doing 1 seat

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    yes foam to seat pan.
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