- Heat Gun
- Staple Gun
- Sturdy pick or small flat head screw driver
- Pliers and small wire cutters
Alright Let’s Get Started…. You just purchased some new custom golf cart seat covers because your old golf cart seats are looking pretty rough. Plus the neighbor just brought home a new custom golf cart and his had some really cool golf cart seats. So you know you need to replace them anyhow though the cushions themselves are still in good shape under neath and the base board was still good as well. No wood rot or damage so you opted to just recover them but not quite sure how is the best way to put them on. Installing new golf cart seat covers is pretty straight forward. basically we will just need to stretch the new material over the cushion and secure to the seat base. Though there are a few tricks to make this a painless process and the end result be the custom look you envisioned all along. All of Pete’s Custom Golf Cart Seat Covers are made specifically for each rear flip seat based on make and model of your golf cart and based on the actual seat manufacture as are most other sellers or upholsters offering them. This allows for a great fit and a custom look once installed. No wrinkles, tight contoured fit every time. So hopefully you purchased the correct ones for your golf cart. Let’s get down to business with a step by step First off – You are going to need some basic tools to get the job done.