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I'd trade you my cloth seats for your leather

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I have a complete set of OEM cloth seats if you are interested. $50.00 bucks plus shipping and they are yours. Sorry JLome, mine go first.

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Since this is turning into a Florida heat thread, I chose cloth due to what Judge88 said, expecting to get burned with leather when I am wearing shorts (almost always when not at work, lol).

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Since this is turning into a Florida heat thread, I chose cloth due to what Judge88 said, expecting to get burned with leather when I am wearing shorts (almost always when not at work, lol).
I swapped the cloth for leather and never had a hot seat problem, plus my car is black. I guess the tints I got work really well!

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love how were keeping my thread alive haha thanks guys for all the input!

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If you're still considering this I've been strongly looking into getting racing seats and a rear set delete and I currently have a set of OEM seats with katzkins red/black leather that I'd sell. BTW I'm in DFW. I have no idea what to price them at but they DO have airbags so it won't be cheap.

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I'd like leather, but I'm a cheap *******.
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I like my seats but I have a busted disk in my back and there's just not enough support, not to mention that if I ever get better enough to go racing again I'll need some better side bolsters.

The corbeaus I was looking at have adjustable lumbar supports and are a true racing seat. That way I can justify them as a health expense. lol

From what I've seen, you can get roush take-off leather for cheap. It would be a ***** to install but not a bad improvement for $400.
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im not into the katzkins leather but there nice we done them that at my dealership a few times and the quality is nice but i woundnt need black and red seats in my blue mustang

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My car came with the cloth seats. I thought I would like them better, but if I planned on keeping the car- I would upgrade to leather. Right now I`m thinking about ordering some Wet Okole neoprene covers. There are several other makers, I had them in one of my `Vettes & really liked them.

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