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post #1 of 4 Old 12-19-2011, 07:57 PM Thread Starter
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Front seat repair

My front drivers side captain chair is shot. The side is torn up like normal and the front of the cushion is pretty bad. I have seat cover on it now but it doesn't stay on. Does any place sell replacement seat cushions for the bottom? if there is any way I could just replace the cushion. what about a good seat cover that doesn't break the bank?

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A little late on this thread but, I did find this. I am strongly considering this for myself. I'd rather spend a little more and get a replacement.

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Or you could always get a quote from a local vinyl/leather shop. Probably will run about the same, if the cushion is still repairable.




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I had a similar problem which I solved by changing out the seat foam (available from your Ford dealer for ~$100) and an exact match bottom leather seat cover replacement from The Seat Shop (~$250). Took a few hours of my time with simple hand tools and looks like new.
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