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I was wondering if anyone in the Cincinnati area knows of an upholstery shop that will lightly re-shape foam and re-cover a M/C seat?
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Try this guy here in Hamilton. http://www.stevensautotops.com/ He has been doing work for for us for many years and we have always been satisfied.
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A guy I know just had the back portion of his Honda Shadow seat redone somewhere in the Sharonville area. Not sure what all was involved but he seemed to think the price/quality was good. It might take a day or two but I'll post the information on who he had do the work when I can.

**UPDATE (sooner than I thought) **
The person/place that did the work is:
Ronnie Price
12155 Reading Rd.
Sharonville, Ohio
(513) 368-9462

I can't recommend them since I didn't have any work done by them but at least you can get a second estimate. You'll probably have to take the seat in and let them look at what needs to be done. I know this place isn't a motorcycle shop so you'll have to be specific on what you want done.

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I've probably said this before, if the seat meets up with any bodywork, take the bike in (as opposed to just the seat) so they can make sure there are no large/uneven gaps and such. I've seen some plastic seat pans "banana" from overly taut cover installation.
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