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Old 05-17-2013, 07:38 AM
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Cooled seats seatcovers

Good morning.

I've read lots of threads here about seat covers, but haven't found any info on these yet.

Anyone finds anything yet? Mines are reddish leather (KR) heated/cooled seats. I really like the look & colors but I use it for construction work. So I want to protect it.

Also, I can't seem to find a cover that at least has similar color scheme/the look of the original seat.

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good question, never thought about losing my cooled seats when i put covers on during hunting season....i'd like to see who makes them
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I just had the all tan leather on my seats, but I went with a black boarder and black backs and tan in the middle. I got them from cover king- front and back cost about $330 total. I am happy with them. Check out cover kings website. You can design them yourself and get free color swatches in the mail so you know what ur colors actually look like


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Here's a pic when I had them in my 05-
The wrinkles come out as you fasten the Velcro, just takes some pulling and tweaking. I believe they have the option for heated and cooled elements for the
Seat covers.




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I'm curious about this too. I actually have a friend that does upholestry and have thought of the idea of fabbing(if you will) a seat cover that is leather but preforated to allow the air go thru. I really just want a bottom seat cover since I have the tan leather, I don't want my jeans to rub off on it.
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