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Custom Seat covers for OBS crew cab?

Does anyone reccomend any body who makes some great quality custom seat covers for a 40/20/40 front seat and rear Bench with fold down arm rest with no cup holders for a 97 crew cab with pockets. Im looking for high quality, just havent decided if i want to go with leather or waterproof/stain proof. Or would reupolstry just be a better option from a local upolster?
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Custom Car Covers, Seat Covers, Dash Covers and Floor Mats | CarCoverPlanet.com

I have some in the mail, so I can't personally attest to them. There is a guy here Fordman247365 who has a full set of the cheapest ones and they look great. He loves them.

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I had a set in mine when it was daily driven. Saddleman Elegant series. No one ever knew they were seat covers they fit so well.

I wish I could just sell them

Looking for Blue 40-20-40 seats. PM me !!!!!!!
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do they even make saddle seat covers anymore, the good ones with no cheap material

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I have a set of these on the way. I went with the added 1" of foam inside them for added comfort.

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I've seen them on a couple trucks and they look factory if installed right.

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I recommend Marathon Seat Covers. They cost a bit more (if you dont get the saddleblanket material).

I like them because they don't use neoprene (which smells horrible) and the covers are still waterproof and tough as hell. I dropped open pocket knifes, sat on screwdrivers and all kinds of stuff and they have help up GREAT.

They will also add pockets in places if you want.

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You can call classic soft trim and have them install leather in your truck. They do a good job.

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I LOVE mine from carcover planet. The fit is perfect, everyone who sees them think I had the seats redone.

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I LOVE mine from carcover planet. The fit is perfect, everyone who sees them think I had the seats redone.

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Wow. Those look nice!!! What colors and fabric did you go with?

Is that an F150 consol?

Looking for Blue 40-20-40 seats. PM me !!!!!!!
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