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the blue ones dont include the lid...
Well that stinks... Im starting to think I might have got the last of the red/black covers cuz he hasn't posted up a new set yet.... Scott is going to be so mad if I did lol.
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Haha I have already messaged him on that matter. He has a set of the black and red ones half done. He should finish them up soon.

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Haha I have already messaged him on that matter. He has a set of the black and red ones half done. He should finish them up soon.

Lol u think you know me
So you gonna buy them once he is done?
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I am still waiting on him to make a set of black/red ones for the 04-05 seats. Let us know how hard/easy they are to install once you put them in Jason.
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I am still waiting on him to make a set of black/red ones for the 04-05 seats. Let us know how hard/easy they are to install once you put them in Jason.
To be honest it looks pretty simple to put these on yourself, but I don't want to take the chance of messing them up, So I'm going to take it somewhere and have them do it for me.

And yeah ill post pics once they are on!!!
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try it yourself first... if it fails take it somewhere. i mean why not give it a shot anyway?
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somebody has since bought the black leather ones too i see!
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try it yourself first... if it fails take it somewhere. i mean why not give it a shot anyway?
Okay okay fine.... Just for you guys Ill try and do it myself... So you guys should feel special lol.

Quick question here tho.... What the hell are these for???

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Came in the box with the covers.
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Get seat heaters to install while the back is off.

The seat covers unclips on the lower portion of the seat frame, then rolls off.
The seat bottom may stick a little to the cushion.

To install turn the new covers inside out and roll on !
After you install the heaters... that is if you live in a colder climate !

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I've never seen a need for seat warmers in Missouri. If it's cold, turn the heat on or wear more layers
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Those are hog rings. and the cheap pliers that came with the kit will probably bend before the hog ring does LOL.

can't wait to see them on.
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Hey Grev, he posted some black/red Fx4 bucket covers... but the price is $250, ouch.
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he's catching on...
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Hey Grev, he posted some black/red Fx4 bucket covers... but the price is $250, ouch.
that is still extremely cheap compared to the dealership. $250 would almost cover just one cover. hell, that's still cheaper than most upholstery shop would even do a single bucket seat for.
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you know how we are, when prices start rising people get upset, even if its still a good deal.
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yeah. but it sucks for us who do this kind of work for a living. people are willing to drop 4-5k on a paint job, couple thousand in suspension, couple thousand in motor work, but want the interior for next to nothing. this guy selling these covers isn't making very much on them, plus it hurts the rest of us who are trying to make a living doing upholstery.
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Okay guys, I got the passenger seat done tonight... It might be that I had no idea what I doing but it was a ***** and a half for me to do. The hardest part was getting my seat cover off. It was fairly easy to figure out how to do, but it takes some man power to get it on lol.

Anywho.... Tear down of the pass seat

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Bottom part on

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Done

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In the truck

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Sorry for the crappy iphone pics... I post up the pics i took with my camera when Im done.
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wow looks good. tight fit and everything? worth it so far? whats that looks like a crease up on the shoulder? not to be picky... just want to know. they look sweet.
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Thanks my man. Yeah its a real tight fit... Had to pull on the material to strecth it out and loose it up a lil bit. And yeah its so worth it.

And what your seeing is a crease on the shoulder, just from being folded up in the box it was shipped it. The crease is gone now tho lol.
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i'm gonna have to pick up some more hours at work i am spending way too much... gr. already initiated another paypal transfer because the last one cleared today.... and i bought a new optima.
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I gotta say buy the black/blue ones before he starts raising the prices lol.
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That looks sweet... I need to do this... thanks for being the guinea pig :)
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definitely well worth the money. that is an amazing deal with excellent quality!
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Thanks guy, yeah it was well worth it... I'm extremely happy with them so far.

And I'm glad I was the guinea pig, exspecially if he starts raising the prices now lol.
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