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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 09-15-2012, 07:32 AM Thread Starter
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Option for king ranch leather in Portland, Oregon

My 06 King Ranch seats were starting to look pretty faded and scratched up. I found a guy in Portland, Oregon through a good friend that said he could make them look stock again. Here are some before and after photos. I will be updating this after six months with new photos to see how the color holds. But not bad for $200
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Dang that looks good!


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Before Front back:

After Front back:

Before Front Bottom:

After Front Bottom:

Before Backseat Back:

After Backseat back:

Before Backseat bottom:

After BackSeat Bottom:

06 6.0 CC kingranch F350 SB
4inch rancho lift 35x20 toyos
egr delete
coolant filter
CCV reroute
High idle mod
blue spring
75hp injectors
SCT tuned
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Ill stick with the $200 I spent for all my seats to look brand new. Just the driver seat bottom is $275

06 6.0 CC kingranch F350 SB
4inch rancho lift 35x20 toyos
egr delete
coolant filter
CCV reroute
High idle mod
blue spring
75hp injectors
SCT tuned
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Re: Option for king ranch leather in Portland, Oregon

Try that zymol leather stuff! It did about that same thing to my leather seats.
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Try that zymol leather stuff! It did about that same thing to my leather seats.
It took out all the scuff marks and brought the color back to your seats?

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coolant filter
CCV reroute
High idle mod
blue spring
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Re: Option for king ranch leather in Portland, Oregon

Yeah it worked really good. I just wished I knew about it sooner before the seats dried out... .

There is a cleaner and a conditioner. I don't know how well it would work on king ranch seats but they worked on my lariat seats!
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Yeah it worked really good. I just wished I knew about it sooner before the seats dried out... .

There is a cleaner and a conditioner. I don't know how well it would work on king ranch seats but they worked on my lariat seats!
I will be using a conditioner now that they color is back. But from reading before on the KR leather to get the color back it seems you have to dye it and then keep it conditioned. I tired various cleaners and conditioners to try to get color back and non of it did anything for the actual color. There is a big difference between the KR and Lariat leather to be able to compare the results of the two.

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egr delete
coolant filter
CCV reroute
High idle mod
blue spring
75hp injectors
SCT tuned
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