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Old 03-09-2014, 07:57 PM
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Seat covers for ugly blue interior

I was looking to get some seat covers for my truck. My issue is I have the blue interior and nothing seems to match. I don't want to pay an arm and a leg but does anyone have any? How well do they match? Or am I the only one with the ugly blue?
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Old 03-10-2014, 05:49 AM
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So jealous of your interior. The blue is the heavy duty.
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You're not the only one. Mine is blue also. Kinda hate it. No rips or tears though. I'm still trying to decide what to do with mine.
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i know you said you didnt want to pay an arm and a leg, but ive got marathon and so far they have been great covers....they seem to be holding up great, and for a seat cover they have a great fit....not lose and sliding all over the place...as far as color im not sure...not to sure on the blue color your talking about.
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Ugly blue??? I take great offense...

One of the best looking interiors Ford ever offered IMHO...





Thats with 300k on it, in construction its entire life.
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i knew csipsd would comment on this....
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Blue is the way to go. Had two trucks with the blue in it and wish Ford still offered it.
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Ugly blue??? I take great offense...

One of the best looking interiors Ford ever offered IMHO...





Thats with 300k on it, in construction its entire life.
Well sorry to offend. They are actually growing on me but I want to cover them to keep the small rip I have from spreading any more.

I also don't have carpet but a rubberized floor instead. Does anyone else have this or is it just me. How do you guys clean it
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Old 03-11-2014, 04:52 PM
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Well sorry to offend. They are actually growing on me but I want to cover them to keep the small rip I have from spreading any more.

I also don't have carpet but a rubberized floor instead. Does anyone else have this or is it just me. How do you guys clean it
I was kidding more or less. I do love my blue interior trucks!

The rubber mat is an option from the factory, you could order it that way, even in an XLT package!

Hose it out, scrub it with a Bleachwhite tire cleaner and go from there.
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