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This is a discussion on Leather seat coves within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; For those of you who have installed this, 1. Does it replace the current seat covers on the frames or ...

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    Question Leather seat coves

    For those of you who have installed this,

    1. Does it replace the current seat covers on the frames or is it a slip-on?

    2. Does anyone have pictures of the covers in black/graphite? All I have seen is leather/blue.

    3. Where do you order it from?

    Thanks.

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    Here's red/black

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    Another shot.
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    That is just pimp. If they had a dark blue or black...

    Where those door panels included or are they custom?

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    wow that does look real nice
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    Leather looks good but it really sucks in the summer because it sticks to you and if you wear shorts when you get in the car it hurts if your legs touch it. Also...I feel like I am opening an oven door when I open a car door with leather in it.

    However, its super easy to clean up, especially a spill, it won't absorb like the cloth seats do.
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    Ah, but the smell of warm leather is almost like that new car smell...and it always comes back after a hot summer day!

    The door panel are included with the kit.

    Good luck and thanks for the kind words.
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    Originally posted by M Roadster+WRX
    Ah, but the smell of warm leather is almost like that new car smell...and it always comes back after a hot summer day!

    The door panel are included with the kit.

    Good luck and thanks for the kind words.
    i def dont see the wrx there

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    Re: Leather seat coves

    Originally posted by Master Of Pain
    For those of you who have installed this,

    1. Does it replace the current seat covers on the frames or is it a slip-on?

    2. Does anyone have pictures of the covers in black/graphite? All I have seen is leather/blue.

    3. Where do you order it from?

    Thanks.
    To answer your ?s. It's a seat cover (just like the stock ones).

    There are pictures in black/graphite. Do a search on I-club.com under "group buys" and you'll find about every color combination and also probably a group buy that will save you some cash.

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