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post #1 of 33 Old 11-02-2010, 08:28 PM Thread Starter
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which seat covers?

what seat covers are you running if any? i've been looking for a good quality set for my cc and it seems like all there is, is crap or saddlemans. i don't want either one. wasup guys?


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i got some from cabelas they were like 110 dollars and i like em there neoprene probably wouldnt have bought them at first but stopped by cabeals on the way home and had to buy something over all good covers
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I am gonna go with Wet Okle the entire way thru , like katskinz as well but we are at the lake on a weekly basis.

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I have Marathon covers and love them!!

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thanks guys. you think i'm crazy for puttin em on leather seats?


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I am gonna go with Wet Okle the entire way thru , like katskinz as well but we are at the lake on a weekly basis.
Katzkin isn't a seat cover, it actually replaces whatever material (cloth, leather, vinyl) is on your seat.

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thanks guys. you think i'm crazy for puttin em on leather seats?
Kinda. If you treat leather well, it'll last you a long time with minimal signs of wear. But, if you don't treat it well and are rough on it, it'll look like poo in short order.

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What about the leather replacement seat covers? Anybody have any input? They can be had pretty cheap and if they fit good that would be a great way to update a weathered interior.

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Kinda. If you treat leather well, it'll last you a long time with minimal signs of wear. But, if you don't treat it well and are rough on it, it'll look like poo in short order.[/QUOTE]

actually the seats are in good shape but i wanna do somethin different inside the truck and damn those leather seats are cold as hell in winter


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Time for some heated seats! I keep wanting to do it, but I want to re-do the leather and foam on my driver's seat first. It's seen better days. For the price of some good seat covers ($200), you could add heaters to both front seats.

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Time for some heated seats! I keep wanting to do it, but I want to re-do the leather and foam on my driver's seat first. It's seen better days. For the price of some good seat covers ($200), you could add heaters to both front seats.
my truck is a lariat so the seats are heated but they aren't warm as soon as you hit the button


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