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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-27-2006, 09:44 PM Thread Starter
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King Ranch seats

So whats the deal with these king ranch seats. They are beautiful at the dealer ship then you see one say 6 months old and they are faded out, you go back a year or two and the have almost no color. At first i thought it was just a neglect of the owners around here ( coal place) but after looking on e bay they look like they where shipped to the sun and back.

this is a picture of one out of a 04. most of them i have seen are like this if not worse. So whats the deal, how do you keep them for doing that.
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-27-2006, 09:47 PM
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You have to really take care of them, like you would a well worn saddle. I have had saddles that took more abuse, but taken care of they look like the day I bought 'em. That picture looks bad
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I've had my KR for 13 months now and the color is still the same as it was new. I have conditioned it only about 8 times with the ArmorAll Gel leather conditioner. This is a very soft leather and I guess it needs all the attention it can get to keep it looking good.

That pic just looks like it was neglected a bit, hope I don't let mine get away to looking like that.
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I use saddle conditioner I got from the feed store and it works really good. Mine looked faded when I got the truck but it hasn't gotten any worse. I do wish I had the rear bench seat vs. the captains though.
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I am on my 3rd Fing Ranch. When you take delivery, there is a BIG TAG on the seat that stresses the importance of conditioning the leather ever 6 months. I had my 04 for 2 years and they looked brand new when I traded it in.
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cool deal.. i love the color but dont want to have the "white seat" king ranch in a few years. My first pick would be black interior but for some reason ford only gives you that with sport option.
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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-31-2006, 12:42 AM
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Lexol will keep leather good.

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