D1 manual seat upholstery “kit”

terryjm1

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I recently picked up a set of D1 manual seats. I’m going to replace the power seats in one of my D1s. id like to find a complete kit to replace the upholstery front and rear so that everything matches.

Anyone know of a source for a complete kit to do this?

Additionally, just before I found the manual seats, I picked up a really nice set of leather power seats in a parts deal with some rock sliders. These are now surplus and as I got a pretty good deal on them, I will give you a pretty good deal on them. The manual ones were not nearly as good a deal so I’d like to offset some of that cost.

I am in St Louis and if I don’t have to ship them, the deal will be even better. PM me if interested in the seats. They are the darker tan/ beige, not the lighter like in the LSE. I have a spare set of the lighter ones as well in almost as good condition but those will not be available until I get the manual seats installed.
 
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robertf

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The durability isn’t perfect, but they do look good. On one truck one of the seams split and another something pointy in a pants pocket gouged the vinyl and left a mark. Looks like an easy repair, but haven’t attempted anything.
I did put those cheap seat covers with the umbrella logo on one of them so that dogs wont destroy the interior
 

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terryjm1

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I ordered the kit robertf has shown above. Rimmers even price matched Exmoor‘s price (saved $80) even though they no longer offer that color combo. It was the last one they had in stock.
 

robertf

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Nice. Exmoor had a bunch of installation videos on youtube. Watch them a couple times before starting and you'll be fine. Hardest part is the surgery required to remove the headrest retaining clips.
 

terryjm1

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Nice. Exmoor had a bunch of installation videos on youtube. Watch them a couple times before starting and you'll be fine. Hardest part is the surgery required to remove the headrest retaining clips.
Did you find install videos for the rear seats?