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E85 / E86 Z4 (2003-2008)
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Old 09-21-2012, 07:23 PM
brock5ga brock5ga is offline
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Seat Back Covers Falling Off?

I purchased my 03 Z4 this summer and the seat back cover was off of the passenger side seat. Reinstalled it. Pretty straight forward. 2 hooks at top of back, 2 hooks on sides below middle of cover, and 2 push pins from the bottom. Wiggled the seat back cover and felt secure. 2 weeks later, noticed drivers and passenger side covers off. Reinstalled both sides again. Push pins were still in place on bottom. Today I noticed that the drivers side had came off again. Push pins still in place. Seat back cover just leaning back against the speaker cover area. Just wondering if maybe the cardboard covers has shrunk (don't know how)? I don't like to rig anything. I am thinking about taking the hooks off of the top of the cover and moving them up a bit and epoxying them in place. Anyone else had this issue? Thanks in advance for the help.
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