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Thank you for visiting the LeatherSeats.com 2004-2008 Ford F-150 Leather Interior Installation Guide. If you're reading this, it is safe to say that you have chosen to install your own interior. Or, perhaps you're curious as to the difficulty level of installing an F-150 leather interior. Either way, this comprehensive video guide to the F-150 leather seat installation will make your installation as easy as 1-2-3.


2004-2008 Ford F-150 SuperCrew - Two-Tone Graphite w/ Stone Leather Interior
2004-2008 Ford F-150 SuperCrew - Two-Tone Graphite w/ Stone Leather Interior

 This installation is a 5 part video guide showing you all the major steps involved in reupholstering your 2004-2008 Ford F-150 interior.  It is a good idea to lay out all the tools you will need at the beginning of any installation.  For the F-150 seats, you will need the following:

  • Flat head Screwdriver
  • Phillips head Screwdriver
  • Metric Socket Set

    • 10mm
    • 13mm
    • 15mm
    • 18mm

  • Torx Bit Set

    • T40
    • T50

  • Hog-Rings
  • Hog-Ring Pliers
  • Tin Snips/Metal Cutters
  • Clothing/Upholstery Steamer (recommended)

*Part 6 Jump Seat Installation requires Spray Glue

These are the main tools needed for the seat and upholstery removal.  Additional tools might help make the job a bit easier, but these are the main tools required.


PART 1: Product Introduction and Seat Removal

PART 3: Rear Backrest Installation

PART 5: Front Headrests and Seat Re-Installation into Vehicle

PART 2: Rear Cushion Installation

PART 4: Front Seat Installation

*PART 6: Jump Seat Installation


Final | Notes

The final step is to put everything back into the car. Make sure that you reattach all the wiring harnesses! Be careful when removing/installing the seats from the car that you don’t scrape any plastic, metal, or the door panels with the bottom of the seat, as the seat rails are sharp and will damage any plastic, metal, or vinyl they come in contact with. After the seats are re-installed, it is a good idea to condition the leather and massage any wrinkles that are in the leather. After sitting in the sun for a few weeks, the leather will begin to shrink and will actually form itself to the foam even better, creating a wrinkle free install.