dun":cx8h7n9v said:Yeah they are available but they are sloppy and aren;t worth the money. Cheaper and easier to make your own with a big beach towel and just lace it to make it stay where you want it,
The tried that, didn;t hold up for even a day without recracking.MtnCows93":csasg1ki said:
M.Magis":2ozzbr9y said:Neighbor told me there was a guy around that would recover them for about $40. Might be worth checking with your local upholstry shops. Mine needs done as well. If I let it sit in the rain for a few minutes I get a wet azz for the next two weeks.
Yup, that's the crappy cover I was talking about.jltrent":hye6rgaa said:http://www.ebay.com/itm/FORD-TRACTOR-SCRIPT-SEAT-COVER-IN-BLUE-9N-401-B-FITS-ALL-/332367600434?epid=1937142537&hash=item4d62a71b32:g:9dUAAOSwdutZf3Dt
Cross-7":2d61unp3 said:Not that I'm aware of.
I sell the entire replacement seat or just the cushions.
For the money I'd replace it with a cheap import seat.
But that's how I get paid so take the advice with a grain of salt.
if its smooth,,,you can cover it yourself.. With some trim adhesive and some vinyl from Walmart, in the material section.. Fixin to do mine this fall during my down time...if such a time exist :cowboy:Caustic Burno":33d123hg said:Do they make seat covers for tractor seats. Mine on the New Holland is cracking, and I really don't want to go through the hassle of changing it.