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Old 10-01-2010, 05:46 PM   #1
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Katzkin interior

Here is my new two tone katzkin interior. They are definately worth the money. The seats are so much more comfortable and look way better.

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Old 10-01-2010, 07:13 PM   #3
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dang that looks really good and its side airbag compatible. does it cost comparable to wet okole or a few hundred more?
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Looks awesome man. Congrats
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Old 10-01-2010, 07:19 PM   #5
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Old 10-01-2010, 07:39 PM   #6
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Looks awesome. I'm thinking about doing leather too...how much was it if you don't mind me asking?
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Old 10-01-2010, 08:47 PM   #7
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Very nice.
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Old 10-02-2010, 06:44 AM   #8
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Looks awesome. I'm thinking about doing leather too...how much was it if you don't mind me asking?


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How much $$$? and did you do the install or have it done?

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It was 1300 installed. I went to a local shop and he let me hang around and learn. I wouldn't want to do it myself without a steamer to heat the leather. Plus if you don't do it in a certain order it can be alot harder. If anybody is in the Colorado Springs area I can give you the name of the shop that did mine
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how much would it cost without the install?
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It was 1300 installed. I went to a local shop and he let me hang around and learn. I wouldn't want to do it myself without a steamer to heat the leather. Plus if you don't do it in a certain order it can be alot harder. If anybody is in the Colorado Springs area I can give you the name of the shop that did mine
I've been looking at putting leather in. I'm planning on doing it myself but I wouldn't mind knowing where you got it done just in case.
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That looks really sharp. They did a great job with it.
I know you'll enjoy it.
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how much would it cost without the install?
I am not sure maybe 700 or 800. I bought it as 1300 installed I wasn't going to try and do it myself so I didn't ask what the leather was by itself. He will sell it separately though

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I've been looking at putting leather in. I'm planning on doing it myself but I wouldn't mind knowing where you got it done just in case.
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mine was $1000 installed... but I got the Military hook up... normally the katzkins cost about $700 - $800 or more unless you get clearance stuff
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That's a great price
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That's a great price
yours look good...

mine has red stitching and perforated inserts too... I only have crap cell phone pics though in my build thread
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where did you buy the glue from to attach to the door panels
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L@@KS Bueno! ! !

I have Leather Seats Myself and Leather cost a lot and if you decide to have them customed with Logos and Stitching. . . ITs starts to add up real quick!

I got my Double Cab Front & Rears w/Custom Shift Knob & Center Console Cover. I also have all the Arm Rest done too.

I've installed 2 Sets myself Front & Rear. Its NOT easy! ! !
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where did you buy the glue from to attach to the door panels
The guy had spray adhesive loaded in a paint gun. I don't know what brand it was
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I've installed 2 Sets myself Front & Rear. Its NOT easy! ! !
Ray, I've done so many interiors in tons of different cars. Honestly if you take your time it is not difficult AT ALL!
With a little patience I think anyone that is inclined to could do this install themselves & save a ton of $.
The total cost of mine was just north of $500 and I did heated seats too!

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