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I am thinkin of ordering all SS interior for my 07' LT. Anyone know where I can get a decent price on it. I dont want to buy it on ebay. Actually I'm not worried about cost as long as its not some stupid amount. I can get all my seats completly recovered at a shop by my house in leather for around $750-$1000 depending on what I choose but I was hoping to get the factory SS interior for a little less as I am wanting to get air ride and would like to dump most of my MAD money in that rather than $$$ for seats...
 

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I did my rear seats my self with vinyl. Didn't do too bad of job for my first time doing anything like that. Only cost me $40 all together. My mom had a sewing machine though.




 

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Thanks man. I can live with it. the bottom is pretty tight. If you did it yourself for the first time you'd probably be happy with this too. lol
 

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Hell yeah I ould. I said it looked good man. I just dont trust myself to do anything like this. I dont have the patiance to do it. Id rather have someone else screw it up than me...
 

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I know I was just saying after a while I got tired of worrying about how tight they were. I know a compliment when I see one. I appreciate it man!

what air ride system are you planning on buying? I've only seen one so far
 

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Not sure. to tell you the truth I havent gotten that far into it yet. I was waiting until after I get my income taxes back then go get em!! But as for brand I dont know whats even out there.
 

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Pretty sure the factory front seat covers list for something ridiculoulsy cheap like $150 a piece. You can install them yourself, just call your dealer.
 

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Um, yeah seat covers, thats what you want, thats what the leather part of the SS seats are called. You dont buy a complete seat, you just buy the leather, you take off your current cloth(covers) and install the leather(covers) LT seats and SS seats are the same except for the covering, cloth vs. leather.

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Youll need door panels too, I think they run like $225 each and the A-pillar with the gauge is $180
 

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if i were to do the swap i would make sure to get the seats heated too...do it right or dont do it at all
 

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if i were to do the swap i would make sure to get the seats heated too...do it right or dont do it at all
I might be going that route with my corbeau seats when I get them

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Um, yeah seat covers, thats what you want, thats what the leather part of the SS seats are called. You dont buy a complete seat, you just buy the leather, you take off your current cloth(covers) and install the leather(covers) LT seats and SS seats are the same except for the covering, cloth vs. leather.
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Youll need door panels too, I think they run like $225 each and the A-pillar with the gauge is $180
do you have a website? I'd like to check those out. See If I like them
 

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Not sure. to tell you the truth I havent gotten that far into it yet. I was waiting until after I get my income taxes back then go get em!! But as for brand I dont know whats even out there.
They are pretty expensive...HERE is one that I found..There is another one out there that I know of, I will look for it.
 

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I would like to say you can go to Advance Auto Parts and ask them to call Right Choice which is LKQ but way cooler...and ask them to see if you can get any SS interior pieces and you can save tons of money that way too if they have them in stock.
 
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