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      11-26-2012, 10:07 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by kaigoss69 View Post
I must say Mo that may be a viable option! I'm just not very handy with fabrics and I'm not sure if the seat would need to be removed or not. I also thought about taking a rectangular pieces of MDF, carpeting it and screwing it against the back of the seat covering the hole. That may be a good option as well.
Same here i'm really bad when it comes to fabricating! I'm not sure a carpeted square piece of MDF would look OEM. From reading Daryls links it seems that all we would need to do is rip the glued carpet off and glue some new OEM carpet all over the back seat. But like you im not sure how easy this would be, and if the seat would need removing

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Originally Posted by QUiKSR20 View Post
I saw this - http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...light=ski+pass but nobody has posted about trying on a fixed rear setup.

Another post of someone who did it - http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...ki+pass&page=3
Great find. Had a read and i think there could be 2 options. Keep the hole and try and trim the edges of the square hole in the boot as best as you can with some plastic trim, sort of an "OEM" ski pass retrofit, as i don't think we can use the OEM trim. Or recarpet the whole back seat. I think for this we'd need the OEM carpet and some glue.

Im hoping to get my IB done in a week or 2, delivery has been delayed a little
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