Not sure what you mean by "jacked up".... You could try another wreckers for
an Aerostar with stock seats... You could check around for a wreckers that
uses the Hollander system for interchanges but I'm not sure it will help too
If you opt for seats that require modifications to fit, I would want to be
sure that things are solidly mounted just in case the unthinkable happens.
FWIW, your question is one that will be hard to answer accuratley.
I get the impression you're looking for pristine seat upholstery.
If so, you got the WRONG vehicle. People that bought aerostars and kept
them did so because of their utility and werent too likely to worry about
frayed weaving (which WAS a problem on mine).
So what your REALLY asking ..."is anyone else on here as anal as I am about
answer: Probably not.
I suggest looking around for good quality slip-overs. Or learn to sew.
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