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PostPosted: 12 Sep 2019, 13:06 
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Have not posted recent work lately, so thought I would post these recent Cirrus seat. A rather complicated design, but doable once your patterns are locked in. This and some Led Zepellin music will yield good results.

"Rico" Lenway
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Nice work, Rico. :thumbup:

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Look great


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Nice job.


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Looks like excellent craftsmanship! Keep em’ coming.

Do you have a website with more?

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That is pretty! I also imagine those channels help with cooling the seat back for the pilot and passengers. Great work!


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Made this “Bed” for the PA46 Malibu at request of an owner. Simple concept that could be applied to other club seat acft.


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Howard the cirrus seats look great! Our cirrus seats are in serious need of reupholster. What’s the ballpark price on something like this, if you don’t mind me asking


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Nice seats!

The seats you did in my PA-30 get lots of compliments.

You’re ok for a former Navy guy :D

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Patrick,
Sorry for the late reply, I part time as a Corp pilot and got very busy. Re: your question on avg cost of the 2 Cirrus seats. Labor is $1200(20 hrs for 2x seats) + $500 for the aviation grade hide +~$100 is shop matls(adhesives, UV rated thread, velcro, hide backing).

I like 2 weeks to fit in with other efforts. Logistics seems to be biggest challenge. This is kinda hobby bsns post military retirement.

Rico


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