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Old 02-17-2011, 12:45 PM
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Question Replace worn seat cushion cover with new OEM cover?

My seat cover is very worn.

I'd love to replace just the OEM cover on the bottom half of my driver seat! It is looking bad where you slide in the truck over the bolster.

Has anyone replaced with a new OEM cover??

2005 model FX4
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Old 02-17-2011, 01:51 PM
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I didn't replace it with an OEM piece, but when I did my seat cover swap I went to Jo-Ann fabrics and picked up a piece of foam. Then I cut out a square on the OEM piece and removed all the crumbled foam. Once that was gone I cut a piece of the foam I bought and glued it in to the OEM piece. With a razor and some patience I trimmed it down a bit to form to the original shape. This fixed it and the new seat covers replaced the worn out ones.

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