I am always looking for a way to save a few bucks and I get a lot of enjoyment out of doing things myself, so I have a few CT90's that need seats and in a previous post I showed an approach to make your own seat foam/cushion , so I decided to go on and make covers for the CT90 seats I previously made a cushions for. While I have used a sewing machine a time or two in the past, this will be my first time trying to make a seat cover, so I look at this as a learning experience (i.e. I don't plan on my first seat cover being perfect...). Here is a picture of one of the seats I will be making a cover for.
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I was working on one of my CT90's this week and I had pulled the front forks to do some work that was needed and when reassembling the forks to the frame I thought I would share a couple of tips that I have found that help make the job go that much easier. The first thing is to use a magnetic tool tray to hold the loose ball bearings.