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01 cobra seat cover removal

Im trying to pull the seat cover off my brothers 01 cobra. The seat has come down with a case of toll booth syndrome ( right hand side of the back rest moves when weight is put on it) how do i pull the little seat ejector peice off with out breaking it?

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Re: 01 cobra seat cover removal

Also has any body expieremced this? Im hopimg theres a broken weld i can just tack back into place. Any advice is appreciated

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Re: 01 cobra seat cover removal

Well i got it all apart. Cant figure out how to pull the plastic peice under the head rest out. But i did get the head rest it self out,what a pain in the azz. Looks like i was right i found a crack that im gunna weld up. Seems too small to allow this kind of movement, but cant hurt to fix it. I wanna get the seat cover and foam off tho but i.cant cause of the plastic under the head rest.


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Re: 01 cobra seat cover removal

Welded the 2 cracks, and it really didnt help. Its still really well wabbly. Nobody has ever delt with this before?

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