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Old 10-05-2009, 03:18 PM
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Question I need plastic vents for seat bottoms(Pick)

I'm trying to find these.Its the ones that snap on either side on the vinyl, small round perforated plastic vent/drain hole thingy

Since McLeod Designs bad business (Stephanie McLeod) were paid to install them and didn't,The head rest is before redo from the rusted staples they used,they didnt put vents in them also.Now I need 4 of these vents, or something like them.Any suggestions?

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I'm trying to find these.Its the ones that snap on either side on the vinyl, small round perforated plastic vent/drain hole thingy

Since McLeod Designs bad business (Stephanie McLeod) were paid to install them and didn't,The head rest is before redo from the rusted staples they used,they didnt put vents in them also.Now I need 4 of these vents, or something like them.Any suggestions?

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I havent seen those, how about brass grommets or eyelets

http://www.beaconfabric.com/vindex.html?cat79.htm
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I havent seen those, how about brass grommets or eyelets

http://www.beaconfabric.com/vindex.html?cat79.htm
brass with turn green and bleed on the material,like the picture of the metal staples that rusted on the head rest picture.I thought of plactic grouments like the ones that with car covers.they dont stay together very well.and it will be just a hole.thanks
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I'm trying to find these.Its the ones that snap on either side on the vinyl, small round perforated plastic vent/drain hole thingy

Since McLeod Designs bad business (Stephanie McLeod) were paid to install them and didn't,The head rest is before redo from the rusted staples they used,they didnt put vents in them also.Now I need 4 of these vents, or something like them.Any suggestions?

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Guess they figured they didnt need to install vents because the covers would fall apart when staples rusted out.
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Try XT as they were used on many Baja's.
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Looks like a shower drain that is powder coated...
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Try XT as they were used on many Baja's.

Thanks, Ive seen them on the Formula's also. I cant find xt over there.I'm not a supporter,no search feature.
Anybody have a name and # on xt innovator?


or any Marine supply places?

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Rob,
I have a case of them, PM your address an I will send them.
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