This is on my short list of things to do, on my 2013 XLT. I have managed to split a seam in the cloth seat after over 110,000 miles. I will be interested to see just what you do as I am a dedicated copycat.
I ordered them off eBay they came in one day I did the two front seats tonight definitely not a bad job it is tedious and really works your fingers will tackle the back tomorrow really happy happy wWith the Quality so far
Another company that I have used <leatherseats.com> They are in Texas, I seem to remember. They were very open to suggestions, stitching colors, logos, etc. Had them in my 2006 Ram, they were very supple and held up excellent. Almost 300,000 miles on them in this pic. Nice job VB150 !
For anyone interested, this company is another good one for leather interiors. Their based on the US and their focus is shift boots, shift knob covers, steering wheel covers, console covers, door panels, etc. (everything but seats, really). You can install their products yourself or they can recommend installers in your area. For door panel armrests and console covers they also have the option of adding extra padding as well. I used them to replace the shift not of my Challenger with a red suede one and put a leather cover on the console lid of my 2014 FX4 and was very pleased with the results both times.
I needed covers for my 2013 F150 but I went a different way from above. These are Covercraft, they came out about like the vendor's photo of the driver's seat below. My photo is of the passenger side seat. Very pleased with them so far and since she picked out the final choice I bet she will be OK with them. Anyway. this thread offers a few choices for anyone wanting to do this.
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