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Old 03-13-2014, 02:40 PM   #1
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I have a 2003 Alpine Coach 34FDDS. Does anyone know the color of the Ultra-Leather SE seats? They look to be a light beige. I need to replace a damaged seat cushion.

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This AD is/was right next to post, probably got your answer or solution there.

LeatherNu repair kit

Touch up, re-dye, and repair any color leather to make it like new.


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If you look under your seats near where the seat pedestal bolts to the seat you should see a paper usually stuffed into the springs. This is the flexsteel model.
Each seat has one that list model number, covering type, color and numbers specific to that seat. With that info you can get a seat cover from flexsteel
That matches exactly what you have. Several years ago I got a set to completely cover my seat including the alpine embroidery. Took it to upolstery shop and had it installed
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Thanks mccsix, I suggested that idea to the BOSS but is was Vetoed. So it looks like a replacement seat panel with matching fabric is only way to go for me.
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You need to get the material info from Flexsteel. Brad and Hall have most of these on their website. Unfortunately the colors change and I know mine are no longer available.
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