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Old 01-22-2016, 12:48 PM   #1
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We are wanting to up grade out front seats in our Fleetwood Providence and wanting to get same fabric to match rest of our coach, does anyone know were I can find the fabric number.


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Fleetwood customer service should be able to provide that info!

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I had my seats and couch recovered with good leather last summer.

If you buy any new seats, they will put a tissue or leather that typically last 75000 seatings.

If you have the old ones covered, you can put commercial leather that will last 200000 seatings.

I went for 500000 seatings because I have five kids.

You will not save a single dollar, but the seats will be like new and will last forever.
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