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Old 12-24-2010
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Default Dinette Picture Request

Merry Christmas to all.

Working on a kitchen remodel and need a picture of the back side of a standard dinette back cushion. I'm installing a standard unit that did not come with the cushions and can't figure out how they were constructed to hang on the hooks.

Thanks in advance for your help.
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they had a hole in the plywood bottoms
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Steve is right, just a round hole for the hook to catch into.
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Here is a picture of the hook and the hole in the cushion back from my FC. The cushion is constructed on a plywood back. The cushion material is stapled to the plywood. I will add another picture if it helps.
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mine is velcroed
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Thanks guys. That's what I needed. I have cut new plywood backs now and have the leather to cover. Just need the time to finish. It's always the time that is the hardest. Some day.....
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