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Who makes a good seat cover?

So the driver seat (leather bucket) is finally starting to give up in my 02 crewcab. Who makes a good seat cover? I'm not looking for real leather or custom made, just something decent (cheap) that wont break the bank. Oh and if it comes in camo that would be cool too. Thx. Kelly

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I bought the Realtree AP camo seat covers from walmart. I have them on my front 2 bucket seats, and my rear bench seat. I absolutely love them. They're comfortable, durable, and can be washed in a washer. Also bought the matching steering wheel cover.
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I plan on picking up a set of these for my '01 in the near future, but in black, not the multicam:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IsmT68uWTNY

http://shop.kingsarsenal.com/collect...ng-seat-covers

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X2 on the Wet Okole, I had a set in my old Tacoma and they were great, they were the only covers that held up to my 130lb bullmastiff. The only problem is that they are kinda spendy, I'm waiting and saving my allowance from my wife to buy set for my Superduty
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