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In this video, DIY-DVD's Phil shows you how to renovate the entire Morris Minor interior with focus on the front seat's back ...
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How to Fix the Morris Minor Front Seat's Back Part 11/12
Got a minute to stick it all on, I’ve got to show you, you have a little detail, this thread here, I got that from the sewing shop, it’s quite strong, very strong in fact, that’s my needle, It’s a big boy. And what I’ve done is, those strips that we put in the interior down the side, after we got some thread trough, four pieces, one, two, three, four, all of the sides. So that one may we put it on the cover or on the cushion rather like now.
It’s never a quick and easy job putting it on only here. The cushion it with right cloth, it’s quite irritating, yes it do for lots of times. Just slid it around when you’re ready. Now spin it back over, you’ll see the tread, so what I'm going to do, it’s a little bit fit but it’s properly, when it’s made in the factory, this probably will be done by a machine and we’ll cut that thread back through there and then roughly where it’s going to go, can you it out there? This bit use to be caught in the column so — out there. We’ll stick the needle through.
It is a fill in job. You want to pull the seat, if you’re going to pull the material back on to the seat that fits the tire, whoa, before I stab myself again. It’ll reduce damage there but—Alright cut it through. You have to get both bits through and what you do is , when the string comes through the back, this is going to be, just tight, so I don’t have to show in cameras so I’ll show the principles of it. the two bits of threads come through the back and then what I do I'm using a bit of - down the blowing with the original balls which is in the crease of the seat cushion. And I’ll pull the string up tight, two, three, four and then it will pull back the line all the way back into the column I'm tightening.
So what I would do is I’ll get the right thread and then we’ll jump back and pull them all tight. You get in the seat and I'm just going to pull up the button together.