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Old 10-05-2019, 08:41 AM
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Consider C&E in Eagan MN. Should be right at the high side of your 8 hour drive.

They did my X2 and did an exceptional job. All the stitched x series logos and mastercraft stitching looks like factory


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C&E did mine last year. Can't praise them enough! Tom was great to work with. Quality all the way and at a fair price with great communication!!! A rare find these days for sure ...
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Old 10-05-2019, 09:16 AM
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K, Thank you - I got it figured out. Looks like it's Tennesse or Minnesota at this point.
I checked in at a few shops in my area. They are about $3-4K higher than shops outside my local area. I told them they were way high, they basically told me to kick rocks. I figure $5-7K without carpet is the right ballpark - depending upon fabrics I select.
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Old 10-05-2019, 10:02 AM
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Hoping a TT'r can point me at a reputable shop.
Get new foam and install seat heat pads. An easy and inexpensive add-on.

As for the PMs, the wizards messed it up on last upgrade....(an easy fix)

Here's a work around.

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Old 10-05-2019, 12:25 PM
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Get new foam and install seat heat pads. An easy and inexpensive add-on.

As for the PMs, the wizards messed it up on last upgrade....(an easy fix)

Here's a work around.

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Planning on the heated seat upgrade. I talked with your recommend this morning - Thank you!
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