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I'm not sure how you get "good condition" from these seats. They're covered in oil stains, wear marks, and appear to have been left unprotected in the sun for a few years. Those are probably a 3-4 out of a scale of 10, and that's only because there isn't any rips.
 

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Ever ride a horse with a used saddle?


- Bubba
Sure have. I own three saddles. But with proper care, conditioning, and cleaning, they will never change color. I own a King Ranch, I know what these seats are supposed to look like. I've worked on several other King Ranches, as well.

Honestly, the finish on these seats is far past repairable. It would require sanding down the seats and re-dyeing them. And I'm not even completely sure that would bring them back to life.
 

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"Please do not post in this thread unless you are interested."

Thanks for your meaningless post. Ill make sure to go into your for sale thread and blast whatever you have for sale. Have you ever heard of a leather treatment? Someone can buy these from me for cheap, condition them and be way under the $2500+ that they go for on ebay.
Does it look like I care? I'm not just going to standby and watch somebody get scammed into buying "good condition seats, 8 or 9 out of 10" when they are FAR from that.

Let me find a picture of what a true "good condition" set of King Ranch seats look like. And if you knew anything about the Castano leather in the King Ranch seats, you would know that once there is oil stains in them (those black marks all over the seats, this must have been owned by a very sweaty guy), they are not able to be repaired, unless you sand off the finish.

Feel free to bash whatever I have for sale. :hehe:

Your statements are contradicting. If they are in such "good condition," why would they need a leather treatment? Honestly, if you are into scamming people, Powerstroke.org is NOT the place for you. I'll be more than happy to post this in every one of your "F350 King Ranch seats" threads all over the diesel forums, if you'd like me to. :D
 

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Judging from these seats, the oil is already dried up. There is NO way to get the oil stains out without completely sanding the finsh off, re-dyeing them, and refinishing them. No amount of cleaner, condition, or scrubbing will get that out. These seats are made of untreated leather, which means whatever is soaked into the seats, becomes part of the seats.
 

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Feel free to PM me if you want to continue being a douche. You've said your 2 cents, move along.
Don't worry, I'm moving along.... to your posts on other forums... :evillol:
 
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