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1987 Bayliner Capri Upholstry

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  • 1987 Bayliner Capri Upholstry

    I am going to attempt to reupholster my 87 Bayliner. How do I remove the padded side rails to reupholster them? Also does anyone know of a seat supplier that uses a lighter blue than navy and makes the folddown seats for bayliners? A previous owner used Wise seats but the plywood is all rotted out and when the upholstery was last done a very low grade of marine fabric was used and they didn't use stainless steel staples. Any suggestions or advise would be greatly appreciated.

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    Re: 1987 Bayliner Capri Upholstry

    lol.....been there done that.......ill tell you how to do it in detail.....but the canada swede game is on now....lol
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      Re: 1987 Bayliner Capri Upholstry

      You can do it your self. I am doing it. I was inspired by this guy.


      and he made 16 videos too

      Not sure how Bayliner attaches their side panels. Post some pic's that might give us some clues. Possibly screws behind the buttons.

      I'm just sayin...
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