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Old 02-02-2013, 02:18 PM
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Wanting to re-do my leather seats

Hey guys I got a 99 f350 PSD both my front seats on my lariat are torn to s**t so I was wondering how much it would be to re-foam and put the leather cover replacments on them but I have no idea where to start and going to a interior shop is way to expensive tryin to stay under $200.
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The words LEATHER and UNDER $200 probably wont be in the same sentence. For under $200 your probably lookin at a nice cover at best.
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The words LEATHER and UNDER $200 probably wont be in the same sentence. For under $200 your probably lookin at a nice cover at best.
Lol yeah I know but im not lookin at doin anything real nice tell later on but covers are what im lookin at doin for now I know ebay has some nice tan ones for pretty good price which mine are tan but im more concerned with the foam on the seats both sides are dug out real bad.
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Hey guys I got a 99 f350 PSD both my front seats on my lariat are torn to s**t so I was wondering how much it would be to re-foam and put the leather cover replacments on them but I have no idea where to start and going to a interior shop is way to expensive tryin to stay under $200.
You got to be kidding. 2 leather seats with foam for under $200.00. The Seat shop, sells leather replacement. Thay cost about 195.00 each. Thats just for the bottom. Thae backs are 205.00 each. Thats 800.00 and using your old foam. Best of luck to you.
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Aint gonna happen - You're better off trying to pull a couple seats out of a truck at the wrecking yard, but good luck getting leather seats for 2 Bills.

I've found some cloth tan Crew Cab seats (front and rear) to replace my ****ted out leather in my '00 Lariat and the guy wants $400 and they're MINT. I'm just torn on whether or not I want the cloth in a Lariat... I may just get the seats recovered at the local upholstery shop. Hell, the leather seat covers in my truck the previous owner spent almost $1000 on alone. Too bad they sent him the wrong color and they're gray, otherwise I'd just live with them.
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Aint gonna happen - You're better off trying to pull a couple seats out of a truck at the wrecking yard, but good luck getting leather seats for 2 Bills.

I've found some cloth tan Crew Cab seats (front and rear) to replace my ****ted out leather in my '00 Lariat and the guy wants $400 and they're MINT. I'm just torn on whether or not I want the cloth in a Lariat... I may just get the seats recovered at the local upholstery shop. Hell, the leather seat covers in my truck the previous owner spent almost $1000 on alone. Too bad they sent him the wrong color and they're gray, otherwise I'd just live with them.
Yeah I've been lookin around and I had found on ebay just the leather covers the ones that velcrow for like a 100 buck maybe 150 but I looked today and there not there anymore I would like to swap them out for king ranch seats front and rear but thats alot money I aint got right now. Ive been callin the salvage yards with no luck so far IDK maybe im crazy which is possible lol but a buddy of mine did it in his for right a 2 Bills. Im just tryin to spruce the truck up before I head out to AZ for school at UTI its damn near perfect other than my seats.
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