Next, the Supra has zipper back seats so start by unhooking the J-clip at the bottom of the backrest where it meets the cushion, then unzip the zippers (Figure 9). Once the back is opened, you can start to roll the cover up over the seat and remove the hog-rings as you go (Figure 10). The installation of the Leatherseats.com covers is the reverse of removal. Start with the cover inside out, and align the seams with the edges of the foam. Start to roll the cover down, and attach the hog-rings as you come to them. After you reach the bottom, close the zipper and tuck the ends of the zipper inside the seat.
Reinstall the recovered seat cushion and pan assembly (from above) and reattach your plastic hardware. If you have the 97-98 Supra seats, you are finished with the front seats. However, if you have the early model 93-96 seats then you will need to finish the headrests and install them before you are finished with the front seats.