2000-2002 Lincoln Navigator Driver Bottom Install

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Install @ TSS 3/5/2014

Here’s the deal…Last night we did an install on a driver bottom replacement leather seat cover for a 2004 Chevy Suburban.  The foam cushion was pretty beat up, so the customer decided to replace it with a new DuroFoam cushion.  The new foam cushion will make the new leather cover last a lot longer since it has the proper density underneath it.  Below are some before and after pictures of the install…

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Install @ The Seat Shop 2/25/2014

Here’s the deal…We just did a Full Front Row install on a 1999 Ford F150 Lariat.  The color of these seats is Prairie Tan.  As you can see in the before pictures below, the driver bottom and armrest needed some foam repair.  We added some 1/2″ foam to the entire bottom foam cushion, as well as a new foam block to the center of the armrest.  If you have any questions about factory match replacement leather seat covers, give us a call at 214-710-2565, or visit our website at www.theseatshop.com.  Check out the before and after pictures!

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Driver Bottom Install 5/9/2013

Here’s the deal…Today we did a driver bottom leather seat cover and arm rest cover install on a 2002 Chevy Tahoe.  The customer also replaced his foam cushion with a new DuroFoam replacement from The Seat Shop.  Replacing this foam cushion will make the new leather seat cover wear properly and last a whole lot longer.  Below are the before and after pictures.  If you have any questions about factory match replacement leather seat covers, give us a call at 214-710-2565, or visit us on the web at www.theseatshop.com.

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Driver Bottom Install at The Seat Shop 6/7/2012

Here’s the deal…Today, at The Seat Shop, we did a driver bottom leather seat cover install on a 2005 Chevy Tahoe.  The interior color was Pewter (grey).  Although both the bottom and top were torn up, the customer was just replacing the bottom for now, until he can gather up some additional money to replace the top.  The only thing we did to the top seat cover was clean and condition it using our cleaning and conditioning method.  Once we did that, and replaced the bottom, the color match was spot on.   If you have any questions about replacement leather seat covers that match with the OEM interior, please visit our website at www.theseatshop.com, or give us a call at 214-710-2565.  Here are some before and after pictures of the install, enjoy!

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2002 Chevy Tahoe Install @ The Seat Shop 4/26/2012

Here’s the deal…Today, at The Seat Shop, we installed new driver’s side replacement leather seat covers in a 2002 Chevy Tahoe.  We replaced the top and bottom pieces, as well as a new arm rest cover.  This Tahoe had the Shale “tan” leather interior with the factory 522 trim code.  Along with the new covers, the customer smartly decided to replace the driver’s bottom foam cushion.  As you will see in the “before” picture below, the foam was in very bad shape and needed replaced so that the new leather seat cover will wear properly.  Had she not replaced the foam cushion, the new cover would have worn out in no time at all.  If you have any questions about replacement leather seat covers, or new foam cushions, please visit our website at www.theseatshop.com, or give us a call at 214-710-2565.  Here is a before and after picture of the install:

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2004 Ford F150 Driver and Passenger Bottom Install 4/19/2012

Here’s the deal…Today we installed new driver and passenger leather seat cover bottoms on a 2004 Ford F150 Lariat.  The interior color was Light Parchment “tan.”  This color is very light, and tends to get extremely dirty over the years.  After a bit of cleaning and conditioning the original factory seat tops, we were able to get a perfect color match with the new bottom leather seat covers.  Here are some before and after pictures of the install:

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This last picture was taken while we were cleaning the seat top.  You can see the extreme difference in the color and shine of the leather between the uncleaned and cleaned section.  If you want to achieve a perfect color match when replacing just one part of the seat (i.e. bottom, top, armrest), you will need to clean the original leather.  Check out this video on how we clean dirty leather.  If you have any questions about replacement leather seat covers for your vehicle, please check out our website at www.theseatshop.com, or give us a call at 214-710-2565.

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March 8, 2012 Install at The Seat Shop

Here’s the deal…This is an install we did here at the shop last week.  A customer brought in his 1999 Ford Expedition XLT and had us replace the driver and passenger bottoms, tops, and arm rests.  The color was Medium Graphite (Grey), and these covers happened to have the perforated inserts.  Ford made the Expedition XLT’s available with either perforated inserts or solid inserts, so pay attention to this option if you would like to order covers for this vehicle.  Here are a few before and after pictures.  (Note: The before picture was taken inside under fluorescent lights, so the color of the leather appears different from the after pictures that were taken outside in the truck.)  If you would like more information on replacement leather seat covers, please give us a call at 214-710-2565 or visit us on the web at www.theseatshop.com.

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March 1, 2012 Install at The Seat Shop

Here’s the deal…Here are some before and after pictures of the leather seat cover install we did at The Seat Shop on Thursday, March 1, 2012.  We replaced the Driver Bottom leather seat cover on a customers 2002 Chevy Tahoe.  This Tahoe had the factory Shale leather interior color.  The seat top, headrest, and armrest were not replaced.  They are the original factory pieces that we just cleaned using The Seat Shop’s cleaning method (shown here).  This seat was extremely dirty.  After we cleaned a few panels, we took a picture just to show how dirty the leather covers can really get.  Cleaning the seats will take off the “shine” that accumulates on the seat covers over time from dirt, oils on your skin, etc.  The new leather seat cover will not have this shine, so make sure you scrub the seat to get a perfect color match out of the new cover.  (Notice the difference in color and “shine” between the cleaned and uncleaned individual leather panels in picture #2).  We also replaced the driver bottom foam cushion with a new OEM one.  The density of the new foam cushion will help the new leather cover last a whole lot longer, as well as increase the comfort level for the driver.  Check out these pictures of the new bottom seat cover, as well as how well the old top cleaned up!  If you have any questions about factory match leather replacement seat covers, or new OEM foam cushions, feel free to give us a call at 214-710-2565 or visit us on the web at www.theseatshop.com.  We are always happy to help!

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Feb 24, 2012 Install at The Seat Shop

Here’s the deal…These are the before and after pictures of the leather seat cover install we did at The Seat Shop on Thursday, February 24, 2012.  This customer brought in his 2001 GMC Extended Cab Sierra to get new driver top and bottom replacement leather seat covers put on.  The headrest and armrest were not replaced.  They are the original factory pieces that we just cleaned using The Seat Shop’s cleaning method (shown here).  This is the factory medium dark pewter leather interior.  We also replaced his driver bottom foam cushion with a new OEM one.  The density of the new foam cushion will help the new leather cover last a whole lot longer, as well as increase the comfort level for the driver.  Below are the before and after pictures of the old and new leather seat covers.  If you have any questions about factory match replacement leather seat covers, or new OEM foam cushions, please give us a shout at 214-710-2565 or visit us on the web at www.theseatshop.com.  We would be happy to help!

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