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Seat replacement/recover

I am wanting to redo the seats in my crew cab, but not sure what the best route to go is. I currently have the 40/20/40 front seats and the 2-part fold down bench seat in the back, all with the grey cloth. I would like to do a grey or black leather, but am open to a custom cloth look. Is there a good company that makes pre-fab covers that I can just slide on in place of the cloth? Is it cheaper to simply take my truck to an upholstery shop? Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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Richmond Auto upholstery is a vendor here on the site. I bet they could hook you up. I'm looking at getting new leather bottoms from them since mine are a little worn.

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Thanks, I will check them out.

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The cheapest way is going to be to do it yourself. It is not hard to do. They go on very fast.

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When you say "they go on very fast", what is They referring too? I'm not really looking for a catalog seat cover that goes over my existing seat covers , I'm wanting new seat covers that would look factory or custom.

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The factory covers go on very fast. You it would take like 20-30 minutes per seat. In mine I didn't even remove the seat. No covers that go over your factory cloth--lame


They sell on ebay too..

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