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Unread 02-15-2019, 04:40 PM   #21
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They are going take care of those feedback ratings first. k
Well that makes perfect sense.
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Unread 02-15-2019, 04:45 PM   #22
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They usually always ship mine within 5 days when I order from them on eBay, but I don't think they are on eBay anymore, but they are on Amazon. The one time I ordered directly from their website, it took about 3 weeks. They are going take care of those feedback ratings first. Great covers though!

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They are still on eBay. For some reason they are way down the line in terms of pages when searching "golf cart seat covers." But they are there. I looked last night because I will be ordering another set soon.
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Unread 02-15-2019, 04:45 PM   #23
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Plain old black is cheap and looks really good with the deep blue. That's what I did on my Yamaha, blacked out the roof and supports, and wheels as well.

I would highly advise against a black seat for someone with no roof, however. sucker gets HOT and FAST in the summer sun!
How did you black out the roof?
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SEM vinyl coat works great and wears extremely well if you spend even a small amount of time on prep. Most any local automotive paint store should carry the popular colors and can order the others for you.
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This stuff could I change the color of the seats with this also.
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How did you black out the roof?
Yah id like to see a picture of the roof with the blue cart.. im really considering this
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This stuff could I change the color of the seats with this also.
A color change would be no problem but its gonna take more coats if you do a drastic change. Changed a set of black seats to gray and had them in a daily driver car for years. Just stick with the SEM brand.
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Yah id like to see a picture of the roof with the blue cart.. im really considering this
I have been told its spray bedliner most are using to black out roofs.
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Unread 02-18-2019, 08:07 PM   #29
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A color change would be no problem but its gonna take more coats if you do a drastic change. Changed a set of black seats to gray and had them in a daily driver car for years. Just stick with the SEM brand.
How many cans of this SES would it take for a typical golf cart seat bottom and back(s)?
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Do they send out an email that they are shipped or do you just keep checking like christmas is coming?


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I wouldn’t count on that. They are not real good about following thru on that stuff. Order very carefully and be patient, the covers are high quality.
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