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post #1 of 12 Old 02-17-2012, 02:31 PM Thread Starter
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King ranch leather in cold

Hey guys is it ok to put conditioner on leather if it's 30-40 degrees outside

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I've always read that guys wait until it is really hot out to apply leather conditioner.

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It won't hurt!!!

Catch a good sunny warm day, upper 40's to 50's and turn the truck so the sun hits the windshield. Let it set in the sun a couple hours it should get in the 700's pretty easy on the inside. It does help to keep the Leather more plush in the winter cold. Stay Warm !!! HOOVY
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You can apply it but it will take longer to dry obviously

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thanks guys!

I'll wait for better weather.

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Dude your truck is sick

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Really....


I actually get alot of compliments on it but im still just never happy....

I actually REALLY like your color and when I just joined, whenever you posted, I would stop and stare at you sig picture!!!


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That's funny man I always get stuck on yours and a couple other members as well. If you wanna get rid of the train horns or item gaskets let me know

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hehehe

i was actually just staring at the train horns today, PLANNING... just cant get to it cuz im lazy



and the gaskets... i just raced a D-MAX and won today... but realized i need to chill out because i need hg done SOON!

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