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    Anyone with 737 weber seats, your advise pls...

    Hi just ordered a set of 737 weber seats from aircraftseats24.com

    I was wondering if anyone from our forum has purchased from this site, and if I should be worried or not about the transaction. Just a note... I have send a small deposit, not the full amount yet.

    The second and last thing I want to ask is, and excuse me for the stupidity of the question, that this set (DD set on their site) has a small crack (hit) as you can see in the pictures on the back of the cpt seat. I am guessing that with a little sanding and painting that this crack can be fixed. Is that true or is there someting I do not know, since I haven't seen in person a weber seat in the past ?

    Thanks in advance,

    Nick

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    Re: Anyone with 737 weber seats, your advise pls...

    I forgot the pics....
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    Re: Anyone with 737 weber seats, your advise pls...

    Nick... Me koufanes.

    Wow... nice. Bravo, Megale. When will you have them? Will I get to see them? I'll be there in a week.

    Warren

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    Re: Anyone with 737 weber seats, your advise pls...

    hi nick...........
    nothing is irrepairable with some TLC, you'll be able to fix this no problem. some weber's have a moulded back which can be sanded
    and painted. mine have a thin plastic skin on the outside face, but even these could be repaired if damaged.
    good luck and welcome to the 'weber club'
    regards

    ian

    p.s. i'll let you know when i will be in athens. i've just been looking at your location and the green metro from Omonia
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    Re: Anyone with 737 weber seats, your advise pls...

    Thanks to both

    I will have both seats at the beggining of July, pics in my project thread will follow

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    Re: Anyone with 737 weber seats, your advise pls...

    Quote Originally Posted by ian@737ng.co.uk View Post

    p.s. i'll let you know when i will be in athens. i've just been looking at your location and the green metro from Omonia
    Ian, would that mean that you might be in the Athens area soon, or just in general? That would be great to meet you there.

    Oh... here's your thread back, Nick

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    Re: Anyone with 737 weber seats, your advise pls...

    No problem Warren,

    Ian, Warren will be here in Athens next week, as last year, and of course we will organise online flight nights in my sim, you know... Guys nights, pizza, beers (does this reminds you something ? ), so it would be nice to have you here as well.


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    Re: Anyone with 737 weber seats, your advise pls...

    sorry chaps, won't be there next week.
    will probably be there third week of october on my way to zakynthos. then to lelystad before being back in athens second week of november.
    depends really on what the wife has in mind
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