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Old 03-21-2011, 03:17 PM
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actually, they install is pretty easy. the stock fabric is held on by J-clips that just pop off, slide the fabric off, and then put the new leather on using identical J-clips. Things like the center console have a zipper on them. Use a hairdryer to warm up the leather and it's really easy to work with. Headrests have a trick to them... put a plastic bag over them, then suck the air out with a vacuum, install cover, remove vacuum and it'll fill out itself.

Just search Katzkin + Dodge Ram on eBay, and you might be lucky and get a kit for your truck, look for a bit and you'll get what you want.
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