Seat Cover for Sea-Doo 2012-2018 RXP-X 260/2016-2017 RXP-X 300/2017-2018 GTR-X 230/2018 RXP-X 230
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NOTE: Custom Seats will be charged as soon as we get the order and before they are made (due to our inability to resell custom covers). Once charged, you order will not be refunded. Custom Seats typically ship within 5-7 business days from the time of order.Our program allows you to see the pattern on-line and create your own color scheme for your brand new jet ski seat cover. The cover is made from high quality marine vinyl and designed to last for years. The individual section provides for a tight, custom fit and look.
- Vinyl color choices:
- Black, Deep Blue, Royal Blue, Teal, Burgundy, Gray, Dark Gray, Dark Green, Lime Green, Purple, Red, White, Yellow and Orange.
- Carbon-Fiber color choices:
- Black, Silver, Purple, White, Copper, Dark Gray, Yellow, Blue and Red.
- Non Slip Material available in Black.
BlackTip Jetsports Seat Cover Color Samples may view differently than actual color, depending on monitor settings.
Color samples may be sent to you upon request or viewed by clicking this link Color Samples
**Seat Cover Does Not Include Strap**
2012 RXP-X 260 Seat Cover
2013 RXP-X 260 Seat Cover
2014 RXP-X 260 Seat Cover
2015 RXP-X 260 Seat Cover
2016 RXP-X 300 Seat Cover
2017 GTR-X 230 Seat Cover
2017 RXP-X 300 Seat Cover
2018 GTR-X 230 Seat Cover
2018 RXP-X 230 Seat Cover
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Staple Gun (preferably electric or air powered)
Stainless Steel staples to fit your gun
Needle nose pliers
Flat blade screwdriver or other type of tool to pry out staples
Some seats have straps, handles, or brackets they may require additional tools for removal.
Most BlackTip Jetsports seat covers are designed to install over your factory cover. The old cover may need to be removed or sections of it removed if it is torn or damaged. If the original is badly damaged or the seat foam is wet you should remove it completely and let the foam dry before installing the new cover.
If the foam is damaged you will need to repair it before installing the new cover or the damage will show through. Small cracks can usually be repaired with duct tape to hide the damage. Larger repairs can be made by replacing the damaged foam and then sanding the new foam to match the shape of the old foam. If your seat has extensive damage we recommend taking it and your new cover to a local upholstery shop.
Installation of the cover is easiest if the vinyl is warm, a nice sunny day, a warm shop, or a hair dryer can accomplish this. Make sure you do not have any sharp corner or protrusions before installing.
Align the cover onto the seat so that it is centered over the main section of the seat. Put a staple at each corner or curve including the front of the seat (these staples may need to be removed later as you stretch the material into place). Once you have the material aligned you can continue stretching and fitting the cover around the seat. As you staple and stretch it may be necessary to trim away excess material. You will want to use many staples around the perimeter of the seat use the original as your guide. After the cover is completely stapled in place you should trim away any excess material.
On some models with a strap you can reinstall the strap at this time if you prefer.