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How to repair ripped seat

What is a good method to repair a "V" rip in a seat about 2" long. Is there a good glue or patch to use?
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I've had several of those over the years. Always ended up taking it to the upholstery shop for a complete recover. Tried many things, none has worked well so far.

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Not really a repair, but quadworks sells nice covers. I bought a new one because I had ripped mine, and got a local upholstery shop to put it on. It's really well made, and grips my rear a lot better which makes it feel alot safer when riding in difficult terrain lol.

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Standard: Quad Works - Seat Covers » Can-Am Standard

Gripper: Quad Works - Seat Covers » Can-Am Gripper

It's 10 bucks more but I personally like it a lot more than a standard cover. You could probably put it on yourself and save money, but I figured it'd last longer if I let the professionals handle it.

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