Those kits work great. they come with liquid vinyl that matches the color of your seat and also come with different patterns and a little bitty iron to iron on the pattern. I have repaired many seats this way and you can barely tell they have a rip in them.n9frp said:Maybe for an inexpensive alternative, Walgreens or CVS might have one of those Naugahyde repair kits that looks like it came from Ron Popiel himself.
Probably under 5 bucks by now.
Weird thing tho, is, I've NEVER shot a Nauga. I wonder where those critters live !?!?!? :?
They are raised strictly on farms. They haven't lived in the wild for years and therefor have not been hunted since revolutionary times.n9frp said:Weird thing tho, is, I've NEVER shot a Nauga. I wonder where those critters live !?!?!? :?