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nubbin



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Leather tear!

Blimey - just get one thing sorted and another one pops up! This time it's a tear in the passenger seat back leather. It's just above the seam near the shoulder - it's where this arrow points, but not present on this picture - I will post a photo in daylight tomorrow.

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Anyone know a good quality leather repair specialist in the South Yorkshire area?

Post #503093 28th Jan 2019 5:39pm
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Cam-Tech-Craig



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OUCH! Thats rotten luck!

Post #503121 28th Jan 2019 7:39pm
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Huwrhys



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I used to work in the retail furniture trade and saw many a repair carried out on leather and if the guys any good you'll never know it was there.
Much easier to repair than a fabric. At least that's what I was told. Thumbs Up

Post #503130 28th Jan 2019 8:22pm
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nubbin



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Cose ups of the tear - clearly not damage from clothing as the tear is crescent shaped, and immediately above the more prominent seam. The leather fibres are frayed and separated. I've spoken to my dealer, just waiting for a call back...

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(Last one is upside down)

Post #503225 29th Jan 2019 5:27pm
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DrF



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Looks like a scar in leather that has just been unlucky and torn on seam hope you get it sorted 2018 Range Rover SV LWB Autobiography 5.0 Supercharged
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Post #503250 29th Jan 2019 7:36pm
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nubbin



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Good people of FFRR - I need a bit of help (in advance of any chat with my dealer) - could you please PM me with a photo of the front seat backs in your 2018-2019 cars? I have been looking in t'internet to see how many seats have the wrinkles and folds in the upper part of the seats around the shoulder seam area, where mine has torn, to see if my seat covers are defective. There seems to be quite a variation in standard, and it's got me thinking that my seat covers are not up to the standard I would expect.

Any help would be appreciated. Very Happy

Post #504796 11th Feb 2019 10:43am
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Here you are Nubbin, any good.....? God only knows why every photo I post on here comes out wrong. Censored Censored Quarter turn clockwise is the right way up!!




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