Carhartt Seat Covers Enhance the Interior of Our ’09-’14 Ford F-150
We install the Covercraft signature covers to update the filthy factory seats.
Adding a BedRug Bedliner to Our '09-'14 Ford F-150
Installing ADD Steps and Raptor-esque Trim on Our '09-'14 Ford F-150
Installing a 3.5-inch Readylift kit on a '09-'14 Ford F-150
If you've been following along with the latest Truckin project, this 2010 Ford F-150 SuperCrew XLT, you know that we're getting close to calling it done for now. We started with a well-used but definitely not beat-up version in silver and proceeded to give it a budget-friendly makeover, with many areas of the truck receiving simple but effective upgrades that will make it fun to drive and look good doing it.
We started out by installing a Readylift SST lift kit along with EBC Brakes rotors and pads, followed by the Fuel Vector 18-inch wheels and Fuel Gripper A/T tires. Then we ditched all the exterior chrome for a mix of parts that included a Raptor-like front bumper and grille, a factory Raptor rear bumper, and a killer set of flush-mounted side steps from Addictive Desert Designs. After that, we added a BedRug cover to the bed and checked off another major improvement to the SuperCrew.
One area that we didn't really have the time or the budget for, yet needed some serious attention, was the F-150's interior. It was definitely not the worst we've ever seen, but it was pretty filthy, and there was a pretty good hole growing in the usual spot where the driver slides out of the truck every day. In continuing with our simple but effective theme, we contacted Covercraft for a complete set of their Carhartt Seat Saver custom seat covers. They offer these in Carhartt Brown or Carhartt Gravel (we chose Gravel), and if you're wondering if this is the same Duck Weave fabric with triple-stitched main seams that Carhartt used for their jeans, jackets, and overalls, then you wondered correctly. They were the perfect solution for this build.
We continued on at the MotorTrend Group tech center and had the complete set of Carhartt covers installed in just a couple hours. We were in the home stretch of this build, one step away from calling this F-150 transformation done. Stay tuned—we have a couple more surprises left before the big reveal!
Carhartt by Covercraft