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You just peel the leather off the backrest, turning it inside out as you work your way up. Like you take your panty hose off. :roll::eek::cheesy: You'll see the place where the headrest retaining screw is in the foam at the appropriate place.

I once forcibly ripped the headrest out of a salvage yard car in order to get the leather skins off the seat. Fortunately I learned on a parts car and didn't let my impatience and ignorance damage my seat.
 

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Yes! bet you didn't use the leather seats on the parts car!
Actually I didn't want the seat; just the skin which was in excellent condition. The salvage car was a 4 dr and I put the skin on my hatchback driver's seat. And it only cost $10 for both seat and backrest.
 
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