1. Mickeyonmaui

    Mickeyonmaui New Member

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    Aloha from Maui. It's time to repair the seats in my 2006 r52. I have the T6DC dark blue leather and I need the contrasting "red" stitching thread. Anybody know where to buy some..
     
  2. papa-j

    papa-j Active Member
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    Aloha - welcome to MA.
    I do not have an answer to your address your situation.
     
  3. 00Mini

    00Mini Well-Known Member

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    Sorry I cannot be of assistance but I can Welcome you to Motoring Alliance !!
     
  4. wmwny

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    #4 wmwny, Mar 24, 2017
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    Welcome to M/A!:Thumbsup: You might try eminiparts.com, as they are a vendor here. another vendor you might try is outmotoring.com If those places do not pan out, try Amazon...look up "red car seat thread" and you will find some for about $6, especially for car seat upholstery.
     
  5. MCS02

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    Welcome to MA!
     
  6. Whine not Walnuts

    Whine not Walnuts Active Member

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    Welcome.

    Took the road to Hana back in the 80's, something like 600 curves in 50 miles. Top down weather at its best
     
  7. Firebro17

    Firebro17 Dazed, but not Confused
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    I think if it were me, in your situation, I would get on the internet and look for some upholstery shops in Southern California. I would bet the higher end shops, you might be able to find, would be able to help you with what you're looking for.

    Good luck and welcome.
     
  8. TATTRAT

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    No help to offer, but loads of Aloha e komo mai! I miss the 808 everyday, I really enjoyed Maui too, if I moved back it's gonna be either Maui or Kauai.
     

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