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No, I did not get rid of the Dodge :) My dad just purchased a used King Ranch. Great shape but you can tell the front seats have been sat in more than the back. What do you all use on your King Ranch seats to clean and keep them looking good???

Thanks in advance Regards,

Aaron
 

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don't have one but if it is saddle leather as claimed I would use saddle soap or Lexol
 

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Maybe he could have them detailed then put a quality seat cover on them.
 

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Aaron my dad had one and the seats started wearing like that also. The Ford dealer told him to call King Ranch and order the stuff from them, he said it worked the best and it did IMO. Hope this helps!
 

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I was just have 2 truck seats redone for the new to me Freightliner. It had leather and I switched to cloth since it was not heated. Anyway the upholstery said to treat all car seats once a month to keep from cranking.
 

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I was just have 2 truck seats redone for the new to me Freightliner. It had leather and I switched to cloth since it was not heated. Anyway the upholstery said to treat all car seats once a month to keep from cranking.
Where would one order one of those seats that craNk :) :p
 

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