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post #1 of 39 Old 04-23-2014, 07:22 PM Thread Starter
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Wanting to protect the rear leather seats from scratches/holes and looking to see what others are using for covers. Just want something that looks decent that the dog can walk/lay on while riding along.

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I currently dont have anything on the leather at the moment, I do clean it weekly, after taking the dogs out on the weekend. I plan to get just a rear seat cover for the back, just havent found one thatll allow the use of the center arm rest drop down.



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go with Marathon Seat Covers.
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Are you using the marathon covers? Can't say I'm super impressed with them from what I'm seeing in their gallery for the price.

No, not a veteran.

For a basic setup, I found this on amazon that I'm considering. I carry more gear than people in the back and the dog is typically the main passenger back there anyway. So not a big deal on the few times I have to pull the cover for people.
Amazon.com: Synthetic Sheep Skin Bench / Rear Seat Cover - Smoke: Automotive Amazon.com: Synthetic Sheep Skin Bench / Rear Seat Cover - Smoke: Automotive

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keep their nails trimmed.

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Nails are trimmed, just prefer not to risk damage. Jumping in/out of the truck and bracing around corners are bound to scratch at a minimum.

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the vinyl/leather in these trucks are pretty tough unlike my car which suffered a ripped seat.

If you keep their nails trimmed you shouldn't have an issue except for the slobber.

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Fortunately for me he doesn't slobber, haha.

Still would like added protection.

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Fold the set down let them ride on the back of the seat that nobody will see.

Or let them ride in the bed like dogs, unless you have a ****apoo or something.
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Hey Rice,

Yes I do have the Marathon seat covers. They take a beating in my truck. fishing hunting tools load and unload, teenage boys. I love mine.

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