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Whats a good seat cover to run in my truck? its a 1997 f350 regular cab with the bench. I kinda want a custom fit one to the truck not just a generic. Anyone know of a good one?
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i think the neopreme ones i saw in a cabelas magazine would be sweet. right now i got the Trail Gear bucket seat covers on mine right now and they work really well.
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I have the Cabelas Trail Gear covers in my crew cab. I like them and think the one on the bench fits better than the ones on the buckets.

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leather, definatly gets my vote, what i plan on doing one of these days

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Look into Marathon Seat Covers, they're not neoprene but Nylon Cordura. More repellent and tougher than neoprene.
I hope to get a set in the future.

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