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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-15-2010, 09:00 PM Thread Starter
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Custom Fit Seat Cover in Genuine Leather

a friend of mine knows i have f150 and want a nice seat cover for a long time, so he gave me a link -

http://www.autoeq.ca/ford/f150_html/ford_f150.html

Too bad that they only have seat cover for 09+ f150 super crew at this moment. (mine is 08 model).... you could choose genuine leather, suede or pvc for different prices and it is a very good price for Canada. free shipping to Canada and no brokerage fee too...

just want to share with you guys and hopefully can see someone order it and post some pics here and give some feedbacks of it...

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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-23-2012, 12:23 AM
 
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Those seat covers look pretty good and the pprice looks great. Has anyone ever dealt with these guys?
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I ordered a custom set last night $565 (incl tax and delivery) for the leather. It's gonna take about 8 weeks to get them but I'll post pics when I put them on.
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I wonder if there is any issue laying down seat heaters before adding the covers. I think you will want them with leather. My last 3 SD's were leather and yes heat was a must....
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$565 for seat covers. Ouch. Hope they're worth it, pics and a review would be great.

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I wonder if there is any issue laying down seat heaters before adding the covers. I think you will want them with leather. My last 3 SD's were leather and yes heat was a must....
I was wondering the same thing. I see on some websites they add them just under the factory upholstery so I am thinking it would be ok. Anyone else have any exerpience?
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I have replaced a seat base heater before and the factory ones are just layed/taped under the factory covers. I don't see why you couldn't lay a heater in UNLESS the materials next to the factory heaters need to have some better antiflammable characteristics or something. I have no idea on that.
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If you can afford it go this way
http://www.katzkin.com/
They are better than stock F150 leather
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^^^those where the reason I bought cloth this time after 3 leather trucks. Then of course, one higher priority after another and it's still not done. I'm an idiot some times.
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If you can afford it go this way
http://www.katzkin.com/
They are better than stock F150 leather
$2000 for seat covers. Wow. I like my stock F150 leather just fine thanks. lol

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