Seat Cushion

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    #1 Cristos, Oct 29, 2019
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    Looking for a cheap seat cushion in thailand, such as Airhawk replica or Walmart ATV Sear cover. Couldnt find it anywhere in the kingdom.

    6FA2E230-060E-4BEB-86D5-8BDC81A1BB56.
    Only from aliexpress china. Any recommendations for a quick fix in thailand? tried shopee, lazada and mr DIY. No have....
     
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    AliExpress works just as good as the Thai sites you mentioned and have only paid duty twice out of over 100 orders on big items. Size matters more than price to Customs I guess!
     
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    I'v e just sent for an Air Hawk copy from Aliexpress. £20 pounds. The Originals are over £100 and probably also made in China. I'd rather pay a bit more for a quality product but 5x the price is crazy. I've always received my Ali packages and never paid duty. Will probably be 3-4 weeks on delivery.

    I do have an original Airhawk and it got a leak which I fixed with SuperGlue.
     
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    For any plastic repairs, try this stuff.
    A Honda Wave, traveling the wrong side of the road, hit our NV plastic bumper cover.
    This product - actually is a cold weld type adhesive, is still going strong after 3 years.
    All the types of plastics I have tried were no problem with this adhesive.
    UHU.
     

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