Question about Seat Cars & Trucks
Stool seats are tough to replace because it is difficult to duplicate the large angled holes for the legs. It is usually easier to repair them by screwing another seat of solid wood atop the old seat, so long as the old seat is still glued well to the legs. Install screws through the bottom of the old seat, and check the screw length beforehand to avoid points coming through.
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