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Posted By: jmaire 1952 truck seat cover - Wed Mar 21 2018 05:47 PM
Hello looking to replace my seat cover and was wondering if anyone has recommendations on who sells the best replacement. Looking for as close to original as possible . Jim carters look good to me but most of the other vendors don't have pics of there's. and jim's are on a 60 day backorder.



thanks Justin
Posted By: spanky Re: 1952 truck seat cover - Sat Mar 31 2018 01:49 AM
I'm wanting the same for my '52 COE. I'm waiting on Jim Carter's myself.
Posted By: 52Carl Re: 1952 truck seat cover - Sat Mar 31 2018 01:56 AM
It will be worth the wait. Mine is very nice.
Posted By: RdsLessTaken Re: 1952 truck seat cover - Sat Mar 31 2018 12:10 PM
I would wait as well, unless I could see the cover first hand. I purchased a seat cover from another (very popular) vendor here several years ago and it was made of very stretchy, ill fitting, baggy vinyl material, - clearly inferior to the one I later purchased from Jim Carter.
Posted By: tclederman Re: 1952 truck seat cover - Sat Mar 31 2018 12:36 PM

Classic Parts sold me a set (years ago) that were as good as JCs.


They also have an installation kit.
Posted By: jmaire Re: 1952 truck seat cover - Mon Apr 02 2018 06:24 PM
I decided to wait for jim carter to get there covers back in stock.. What's the difference between French stitching and regular stitching customer service lady did not have an answer. thanks
Posted By: 46Sparky Re: 1952 truck seat cover - Tue Apr 03 2018 12:12 AM
If the French stitch referenced is the same as a French seam it is like the seam used on the inside of Levis blue jeans and other clothing to make a strong, durable seam.
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