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Old 08-11-2021, 05:29 PM   #1
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Reupholster/Seat Covers for driver and co-pilot seats

I'm probably in the minority here, but I hate the leather seats in my class A. I'd like to put fabric (velour?) seat covers on my seats or maybe find some covers that actually fit and don't look like slip on el-cheapo covers. Has anyone got any links or places to look? Not coming up with much on Google.

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Can't help with covers as I could not find any that looked right to me. We took ours and had them redone in fabric and they are much better to sit in on long drive than vinyl.
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Just replaced mine with sheepskin covers from NAPA. They look great. $65.00 each is a good price for sheepskin.
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I couldn't find many slipcovers, and what I did see, I wouldn't want. So, I had a local shop reupholster our seats and it cost roughly $1400 for the pair. A good shop will have plenty of fabrics, so you should be able to get what will work for you.
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I had shearling seat covers made to fit for my '04 American Eagle Flexsteel leather seats ...I love them..super comfortable & have no problem driving from Chicago to Denver straight through!!
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Just replaced mine with sheepskin covers from NAPA. They look great. $65.00 each is a good price for sheepskin.
Do you have pictures of your Napa seat cover?
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Do you have pictures of your Napa seat cover?
And a link to the ones you purchased please!
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Quick search at NAPA.com:

https://www.napaonline.com/en/search...ers&referer=v2
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That is the one (actually two) that I got. They fit great. No wrinkles, like the thin cheapies at camping world.
I would love to post a picture, but I am computer illiterate. Installed, they are as form fitting as the picture.
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If they are real leather, and not vinyl then you can probably sell them, and buy new cloth seats with the proceeds.
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Winnebago went over the top putting Villa furniture in my 2020 Horizon.
What wonderful comfortable seats and sofa.
Worth the extra
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