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TMI Upholstery - Ford Mustang Parts

Restore or re-style your Mustang's seats with a set of TMI upholstery. Whether you need to replace just your front buckets, or your car needs a full upholstery overhaul, TMI has an upholstery set to fit your car style.

Designed to provide a factory fit, TMI's upholstery sets are available in a variety of materials, including leather, cloth and vinyl. Leather upholstery sets have a leather seating surface with vinyl back and sides like the original upholstery. The Interlude Tweed cloth upholstery differs from the original cloth material. All sets incorporate original-style split side bands and include upholstery for large headrests.

TMI offers their upholstery in most original colors to match your 1979-2004's interior.

In order to achieve the best possible fit and finish, new seat foam is recommended when reupholstering the front bucket seats. Because Ford originally glued the rear seat upholstery to the rear seat foam, removal requires the old upholstery to be peeled off of the original seat foam. All full sets include an attachment kit for rear seat upholstery.

See more 1979-1993 Upholstery:
1979-1993 Mustang Upholstery | CJ Pony Parts

See more 1994-2004 Upholstery:
1994-2004 Mustang Upholstery | CJ Pony Parts
 

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Hey Steve, I understand that IF I replace my foam on my 91 White Leather Sport seats, I will not be able to use the seat belt's shoulder belt guide...producing a much lower angle across chest. Why wouldn't they be able to re-attach? Makes me want to keep the old ones.
 

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Where did you hear that? I don't see this anywhere on our seat foams that we offer for your car?
 

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Where did you hear that? I don't see this anywhere on our seat foams that we offer for your car?
Sorry for the delay...It doesn't say it on your site, but on LRS & other Mustang part supplier's it show's a note that on '90 & '91 Verts (which have shoulder belt guides mounted on the seats) I would not be able to re-use them. I don't know why that would be the case. I even emailed TMI & haven't gotten a reply back. In my car if the shoulder belt is not in the guide...it comes across the chest pretty low. I was just wondering if you had any input?
 
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