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    Good look on those leather seats. For those of us that are cheap I suggest looking at WetOkole neoprene seat covers, as they are far better than regular cloth covers and you can get custom stitching.

    Here in Florida and other states that suffer from a crap load of sun, I suggest getting the neoprene as they don't absorb as much heat as the leather.
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    Yeah i burn my hands just on my steering wheel everyday hehe , but I'm looking to get leather eventually.

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    hey, blkwrxrag, what color black is that, black or graphite, or charcoal?

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    Aha - good question. It's not black, but I don't remember the official name, probably charcoal or dark grey. James at ATD would know the exact name as he recommended it to me.

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    how much did the red with black cost? i've been thinking bout doing that too and you just sold me with the pics

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    It was $520 + shipping + $20 for installation package + tax. Figure on $600 total. This deal was thru James at ATD1 only and was the cheapest one I have seen.

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    Originally posted by Retro
    Good look on those leather seats. For those of us that are cheap I suggest looking at WetOkole neoprene seat covers, as they are far better than regular cloth covers and you can get custom stitching.

    Here in Florida and other states that suffer from a crap load of sun, I suggest getting the neoprene as they don't absorb as much heat as the leather.
    how much are the neoprene covers, with the stitching and installation and all that? i'm kinda on a budget and the leather might be a little too much $$
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    I would just save up 600 for leather and not neoprene, neoprene would probly end up being like 400.

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    do you need alot of knowledge with sewing and all that? i wanna put it in but i don't know anything about sewing etc. and it would be nice to not have to pay for someone else to do it
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    No, no sewing is required. The only tools you need are screwdrivers, pliers and hog-ring pliers which are supplied with the kit. Other than that, patience is your best friend and if you are easliy frustrated and one of those people that tends get mad and throw stuff, I would not recommend it. Personally, I quite enjoyed the whole thing, it was not difficult at all and I have zero mechanical knowledge!!

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