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Old 9th November 2019, 07:00   #61
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So this is the nephew's shop? How bad is the drive to this shop in Gurgaon. Can I go on weekdays? Is the area too crowded or should I reserve a weekend to go down and get the work done? Is there parking available?

Sorry, too many questions.

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On the other hand, opening the wheel makes sure the finish is top notch and in case there are any issues, the Airbag lights will come up.
I see from your DP that you are in Noida. The drive from Noida to GURGAON is pretty straightforward save for traffic on the ring road on weekdays. Saturday and Sunday should be light to moderate depending on the time to commute. Once in GURGAON, perform U turn under IFFCO Chowk flyover and afternoon 100mtrs take left on SEC 17/18 dividing road. Proceed further till end T-junction. Here turn right and proceed ahead slowly. Shop is on left side (very small) almost right opposite to Pasco Arena (Maruti) Showroom.
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A BHPian updates us that the Gurgaon shop has closed. Please refer to the opening post for their Delhi contact details.
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My Red Scorpio's front-row seat PU covers were showing signs of severe wear and tear. Besides, the seat cushions were well past their prime.
The front armrest covers too had never fitted well (a problem I had lived with since September 2015).
Got all these fixed by Rahul today at 11 AM. The overall time taken was 3 hours. Quality of work - EXCELLENT. Charges Rs 2500/- plus Rs 60/- for parking the car inside the Palika Bhavan market.
PS: I was mortified with the looks of the seat and armrest covers before, so did not take the obligatory "before" photos. Now that the job is done, it probably doesn't make sense to post the "after" photos - as there won't be any basis for comparison.

Thanks to the OP's thread - a job well done - and a ton of money saved on a mid-life replacement of seat covers.
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Got my Honda City's Steering done from them few months back.

Fit & finish is very close to OEM.

Reasonable prices too.

Highly recommended !
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Got my Honda City's Steering done from them few months back.

Fit & finish is very close to OEM.

Reasonable prices too.

Highly recommended !
Hey Mag, I had a few questions!
Did they remove the steering and stich it? As I am bit sceptical about getting the steering tinkered with. Also which leather did you chose and how much did it cost you?
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Hey Mag, I had a few questions!
Did they remove the steering and stich it? As I am bit sceptical about getting the steering tinkered with. Also which leather did you chose and how much did it cost you?
Yes, the steering has to be removed, in order to achieve the best fit.

Even i was skeptical at first, but after the experience, i can say they know their job well. Nothing to worry about.

They match the colour and grains to the original equipment, by default. I went with that.
They also have a whole catalogue of choices, for you to decide.

Prices were what most members have mentioned here, i paid the same amount.
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