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Old 03-02-2012, 09:08 AM   #11
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Those look good tweak! How long did it take you?
Took me over an hour to get them on. Sliding them on isn't too bad, it's tucking the "sticky" velcro parts into tight spaces where they constantly grab the fabric. I've got a couple of skinned fingers to show for it!
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Old 03-03-2012, 12:25 PM   #12
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1 hour doesn't seem that bad... I may just get these for my truck when I get my truck! Also, I'll do it on the weekend just in case
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$450 tho thought i seen real leather kits for 6something
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Looks like no love for the 04 guys? Dont see no seat covers for 04's?
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Looks like no love for the 04 guys? Dont see no seat covers for 04's?
The seat are the same, they just didn't include the 04 because of the heritage model
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How does the gray match up with the oem gray interior
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bump to say that I'd pay extra if you guys included the little installer dude with shipments.

i'd promise to send him right back
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These look awesome!
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How does the gray match up with the oem gray interior
The gray is a direct match for the gray interior in the F-150.
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How do they hold up? I'm debating on getting these or the katzkins. I was wondering if they get wrinkles in them or do they stay tight ?
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