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post #1 of 11 Old 07-23-2011, 06:45 PM Thread Starter
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Seat covers

Need some bad before I trash these seats. I have a 450 with the leather heated/cooled seats. Anyone know or have some insight into some good ones. My wife is getting pissed evertime sheets go missing and dirty ones turn up in the laundry
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I don't think your cooled seats will work as well with seat covers on, that is why the leather is preforated.

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yeah that's what I was thinking, and.....that's why I was hoping someone had some insight
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Sorry don't really have any good suggestions. I use some covers from cabella's just temporary. They just slip on, it takes like a minute.

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PS43,

Which ones from Cabelas' did you get? I need some for when I'm hunting or rafting.

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I have thesehttp://www.cabelas.com/product/Cabel...h-All+Products but they are tan. The fit is not the best, but they protect the seats when I need to.

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I have those on my seats. used them on my old truck then put them on my new one. They done really match but i dont care. they work great for hunting and riding. they keep water our pretty well.

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marathon seat covers. They are custom sewn to each truck model. They are however pricey and take a bit to get but are 100% worth it. waterproof and very very durable.
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pet land or petco has a full seat cover for the rear seat & only takes minutes to put on & no tools needed $50.
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