250 Upholstery Hog Rings and Pliers Kit for Mustangs.So it's time to upholster your Mustangs seats and you are doing it yourself. We have a kit that will help you get the job done right! Includes 250 hog rings and professional upholstering pliers.
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Upholstery Hog Ring And Pliers 250 Kit is rated out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by scooterrolls from Great quality! Just recently bought this kit and was very impressed. The price is excellent.The tool is actually made in the USA ! Nice and heavy duty, great finish works great.
Date published: 2015-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by PonyPostie from Tough job, but this tool makes it Easy! I bought the new seat foam kit from Cj, and am installing an after market seat heater pad kit for both front seats, for those chilly night cruises..so this kit became necessary to do the job.All I can say is..Finally!! A Pliers and ring kit that will work the first time! Lots of hog rings, more than In eed for this job, and the pliers kit is great! Nothing else will work to put these curved wire clips into place, accurately and confidently tight, in one squeeze. If you are contemplating Any interior work on your, or someone elses car seat as a learning experience, this is the Most cost effective kit I've found with Good guage wire clips! Not some flimsy thin wire, soon to come loose and jab you through the seat material! Don't be afraid to get this kit and do your Own recover on your seats, if they need new covers..CJ sells those too!
Date published: 2015-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by gvan from Upholstery Hog Ring Pliers and Rings I needed a special tool to complete reupholstering my RV seats. This was the EXACT tool I needed. They shipped it in two days, like they PROMISED. The surprise was the tool was HIGH quality, at the lowest price
Date published: 2015-12-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by oldtightwad from Great tool for it's use Did everything as advertised. Only problem I had was pushing them down into the foam and squeezing the rings closed. Handles need to be longer for leverage and a better grip.
Date published: 2015-10-10