VW Super Beetle Convertible Seat Pads & Kits 1971-1972

VWSeatpads We offer a large selection of 1971-1972 VW Super Beetle Convertible Seat Pads, Kits, and Components. We strongly recommend replacing your Volkswagen seat pads when installing your new VW seat covers to ensure that your seats will fit properly and look great.

Our Volkswagen Seat Pad kits include pre-formed injection molded high density foam rubber that is designed to fill out your seat properly and last for years.

Our Volkswagen Seat Pad kits include front and rear seat pads, both backrests, and seat bottoms. We also offer our 2 hour and 15 minute Interior Restoration Video to help you install your new interior parts like a pro.

We highly recommend purchasing burlap or sisel pads when installing new seat foam. A layer of burlap or sisel will keep the springs from eating into the foam over time. 6 yards of burlap or 3 sheets of sisel are recommended to cover both front and rear springs.

Our high quality VW Seat Pads are manufactured by TMI and guaranteed to fit great.


Featured Products:

Fits:

Standard Beetle 1968 - 1972
Convertible Beetle 1968 - 1970
Super Beetle 1971 - 1972
Convertible Super Beetle 1971 - 1972
Type 3 1968 - 1972
VW Seat Pads, Front Bottom & Backrest, Beetle/Super Beetle/Type 3 1968-1972
VW Seat Pads, Front Bottom & Backrest, Beetle/Super Beetle/Type 3 1968-1972
Code: 43-1105
Price: $64.95
Fits:

Standard Beetle 1961 - 1976
Convertible Beetle 1961 - 1970
Super Beetle 1971 - 1975
Convertible Super Beetle 1971 - 1976
Type 3 1962 - 1973
Thing 1973 - 1974
VW Seat Pads, Front Bottom, Beetle 1961-1976, Type 3 1961-1974, Thing
VW Seat Pads, Front Bottom, Beetle 1961-1976, Type 3 1961-1974, Thing
Code: 43-1000
Price: $64.95
Burlap (Sold by the Yard)
Burlap (Sold by the Yard)
Code: Burlap
Price: $8.95








For maximum comfort, replace your old worn out VW seat padding at the same time you're installing new TMI Seat Upholstery!



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Please Note: We highly recommend purchasing burlap or sisel pads when installing new seat foam. A layer of burlap or sisel will keep the springs from eating into the foam over time. 6 yards of burlap or 3 sheets of sisel are recommended to cover both front and rear springs.



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