Installation Instructions

    How To Install A Seat Cover

    * Tools needed: Screwdriver, Pliers, Staple Gun that uses 3/16" or smaller staples.


    The seat cover will stretch better when it is warm. This is especially important with materials such as diamond plate vinyl. Leaving it in a warm place or using your hair dryer helps warm it up so that it stretches well. Be careful not to melt the vinyl.

    1). Find a clean hard surface to work on. Remove the old seat cover. Staples can be removed with screw driver and pliers.

    2). Using the staple gun, attach the seat cover to the front and back of the seat first. Apply light pressure to smooth out any wrinkles. The material is stretchy and will accommodate light stretching.

    3). Next, secure the corner of each side. The cover is meant to fit tight to avoid wrinkling. Continue to work your way around the seat smoothing and stretching as needed. Trim any excess, if necessary, with a hobby knife.

    We will install your seat cover free of charge if you would prefer to ship us your seat. Please remove the original seat cover before sending, and be aware that you are responsible for shipping both ways.

    For more details, please see the video How to install a Seat Cover !

    How To Install A Graphic Kit

  • Read these instructions all the way through before installation.
  • If you do not feel so inclined to install the decals yourself, we recommended having them professionally installed.
  • New plastics have a protective residue from the factory that must be removed before installing decals.

  • Be patient, take your time and plan on spending a few hours installing your new graphics kit.

  • After installation avoid gas spillage when refueling as it will seep under the decals and dissolve the adhesive.

1). First clean your plastic parts with Methyl Ethyl Ketone to prepare the plastic for adhesion(DO NOT leave M.E.K. soaked rag on plastic for too long, and avoid contact to “hard plastics” such as tail-lights & will cause damage). Then clean with soap and water.

2). Get out your blow dryer the heat will allow the decal pieces to be more pliable and easier to manipulate.

3). Before removing paper from the adhesive side of the decals, hold each piece up to your vehicle to get an idea of how they will line up. Make sure you are happy with the fit.

4). Spray down area where the first decal piece will be placed, with a spray bottle of soapy water (approximately 10 drops of liquid dish soap in 24 oz. of water). Pick a piece to start of the smaller more flat pieces. Gradually apply the graphics piece starting at one end. On larger pieces start from the center and work your way outward.

5). Use a soft cloth and/or your fingers to massage out kinks and bubbles.On some of the more difficult areas use the hair dryer to help in stretching the vinyl

6). Over some of the more contoured areas. The heat will also help to get the vinyl to adhere quicker by drying the moisture from the spray bottle.

7). When finished keep checking for kinks and bubbles that may re-appear for the next 15 minutes or so, until adhesive begins to cure. If you can’t rub the bubbles out, you can also use a sewing needle to remove them. Then, LET IT DRY ON IT'S OWN FOR 48 HOUR.

For more, See the below video how to install a Graphic Kit!