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Old 09-26-2011, 07:16 PM   #1
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Default How to Install Clazzio Seat Covers for Ford F150 2009+

Hola F150Forum'ers! (is that the right term?)

Just wanted to post a quick video that shows a little bit more insight on how to install Clazzio seat covers in a F150 (2009+). The installation begins about halfway through the video if you want to fast forward.

The seat covers come with instructions, but sometimes a little close ups and better pictures really make the difference.




The seat covers take about 2 hours to install and can be done by yourself.

Here's some pics of the covers after installation. Check out the huge difference they make to the Ford F150's interior!

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These are available at our web site if you are interested in upgrading your interior as well. Let me know if you have any questions!

http://www.truckleather.com

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Nice!
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wow, I am impressed!

Now to work these into my budget...
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Excellent... it's nice to see how easy they go on; not to mention how good they look when complete. Thanks!
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The good thing about the covers is that they are available for F150 models that would not normally have leather seats. You can get the leather seat option for 1/5 of the price for a leather package upgrade on a F150
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Wow! Looks really good.
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I see on your website (TruckLeather.com) that it shows '05-'08.... Seems to me that these won't fit on an '04? Is there some difference between the seats?
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Also..... Happen to have video of the installation of the rear seats? They seem a bit harder than the front seats....
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Also..... Happen to have video of the installation of the rear seats? They seem a bit harder than the front seats....
The video makes it look a little easier than it is for someone who has never worked with them before. The majority of the seat cover kit is TIGHT.

The trickiest part of the back seat is removing/replacing the two outer headrests!

Aonther tip for the back seat back(at least on a Supercab) is to make sure you slip the cover ABOVE and not OVER the child safety seat attachment points. I kept wondering why it wasn't as tight as I though it should be...

Here's mine (I have since smoothed out the back seat covers:

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Those look good tweak! How long did it take you?
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