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#1 (permalink) Old 12-10-2004, 07:59 AM
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My driver side's cloth-seat is worn out a bit. the colour becomes lighter while compairing with others. Do you have any ideas how to make up or renew it please.

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u can usually find seats on ebay!! unless u go to a salvage yard... or u can get some racing seats... all up to u!!, but finding 1 cloth seat might be hard to find!

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Thanks for the reply. If I could find the cloth seat, is it easy and neat to fit on?

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Yeah - it's a relatively easy DIY.
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I use nylon BMW seat covers - saves the seats and looks like leather from a distance They're washeable too. I only have a problem with a rear seat now - my dog was digging something out of it - now I have a hole. And with a grey interior, it's real hard to find same seat on junkyards.
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My bro got some really good quality cloth seat covers for his Maxima online - they were something like $200 for both front seats and the rear bench seat. I can ask him what company it was if your interested.

I've actually thought about putting some cloth covers on my leather seats believe it or not - I just don't like how cold they feel when I slide onto them in the morning.
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My bro got some really good quality cloth seat covers for his Maxima online - they were something like $200 for both front seats and the rear bench seat. I can ask him what company it was if your interested.

I've actually thought about putting some cloth covers on my leather seats believe it or not - I just don't like how cold they feel when I slide onto them in the morning.
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no heated seats?? aww feel bad for u.. heh!! leather sux in winter and summer.. but spring and fall.. ITS GREAT!

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Oh I've got heated seats, they just don't work. I saw that DIY on how to fix em, I just don't really care enough to keep my butt warm.
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Originally posted by mostwired@Dec 11 2004, 07:17 PM
I use nylon BMW seat covers - saves the seats and looks like leather from a distance They're washeable too. I only have a problem with a rear seat now - my dog was digging something out of it - now I have a hole. And with a grey interior, it's real hard to find same seat on junkyards.
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Where can I buy BMW seat covers like that? I am assuming the dealer must charge a fortune!~
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