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Chris jesson

How to rebond a megablade seat

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Chris jesson

Hi my megablade seat has started to unbond at the bottom resulting in a lot of movement in the seat . It’s 20 years old so it’s done well.

 

Rather than buy expensive new ones I was going to have a go at cleaning and rebonding them myself .

 

Has anyone done this if so what did you use to stick them as obviously it needs to be very strong.

 

I’ve uploaded some photos to help identify what seats I have and also show where they have come away .

 

The seats are Westfield seats fitted to the megablade in 2000.

 

thanks

 

chris 

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NickBW

If i am honest, i would buy a new seat

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SootySport

They are called ‘Westfield Race Seat’ if you are going to search for a new one.

i would have a go at repairing it, nothing to loose anyway.  Needs an epoxy resin of some sort, Sikaflex  ‘Is  usually choice of forum members.

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Chris jesson

Thanks I’ve managed to bolt them on now so nice and strong so will see how I get on

 

cheers 

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