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Old 09-17-2012, 08:01 AM   #1
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Finally got my seat covers from truck leather took a month. I guess everyone bought a set on here & ran them out of stock LOL . they are just Stock black on black with black stitching. Installed in a blue pearl screw with stock grey interior. Went over to a friends house who owns a
uphostery shop and had him help me. Still took 2.5 to 3 hours. Kit was correct and everything there / quality was great. Make sure you know how to unlock the rear seats. The worst part was doing the headrest's they were a bitch. One thing that helped was spraying the inside of the tight fitting covers with some silicon spray. Two peeps are better than trying to do by yourself. It was not fun but looks great when finished/ no complaints at all except the headrest being so tight but they have to be that way to look correct het
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Throw some pics up so we can check em out.
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Definitely need some pictures
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We can do pics
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Looks real good. I'm sure it looks even better in person. I did one of these kits awhile back. Bloody knuckles all around. I might attempt it again, but I remember at the time, I was like never again, it's worth $300 or what ever to have someone else do it.
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You should tuck in the middle seat cover area. It will look cleaner
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Wow. Impressive. Looks far better than I would have ever expected. Nice work.
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I love mine as well, I also did the armrest mod

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