REBUILD YOUR SEAT
1: Remove the seat from the bike and the mounting brackets from the base (if applicable). With a small flat-blade screwdriver, lift the existing staples to remove the old seat cover. Needle-nose pliers work best, once you lift the staple a bit.
2: If changing out the seat foam, for softer foam or a different seat height, use contact cement or spray adhesive to secure the new foam to the base.
3: Fit the new seat cover over the foam, center it, and staple the front and back of the cover to the base, using quarter-inch, heavy-duty staples. Then heat the sides of the cover (a hot-air gun works best), pull tight and tack the midpoint on each side in place.
4: Once you?ve got the cover positioned correctly and the midpoint of the sides tacked in place, work towards the tongue (front) of the seat on each side. You may have to remove staples and retack to work out wrinkles.
5: Heat, pull and tack down each side, working towards the back from the midpoint. Trim the excess cover around the seat bracket holes and away from the front mount(s). Remount the hardware and seat. That?s it!