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Post  Guest on Tue Jan 27 2009, 19:30

I recently had some very friendly mice visitors, they decided to take up rescidence in my garage where it was warm and cosy. They setup a small nest under the workbench and set about making their house a home, this involved using sawdust and pieces of foam collected from places around the garage.........hang about who has pieces of foam lying around their garage I hear you say!!! Well the same thought crossed my mind, my questions where quickly answered when I noticed my seat......I now need a new one!!

If anybody has a nice shiney thundercat seat for sale I would be much appreciative if you could let me know. Thankyou.... :(


p.s. the mice don't live in the garage any more.... Evil or Very Mad
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Post  Schnorbitz on Tue Jan 27 2009, 19:49

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Post  Rosco on Tue Jan 27 2009, 22:16

Hi Jez ( I ass-ume it's you )

I've seen your airse......brave mice.

Seriously though ..... hope you get a good quality cheapy asap.

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Post  Guest on Thu Feb 05 2009, 12:42

They should be able to recover and stuff the seat for you. make sure the take several measurements of the seat as they strech the materail and this can pull the seat out of shape. I had mine done in the summer made a big difference only cost about £30, and the bloke was happy to make a couple of adjustements to get a better fit.
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Post  0ldcat on Tue Feb 17 2009, 22:59

Hi Jez,

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