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Old 01-08-2011, 03:46 AM
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I have the adobe colored heated and cooled seats.I use this as a work truck as well as personal use and i'm looking for some seat covers that will work with the cooled part of the seats.I would like to have the neoprene seat covers but I don't think they will work for the cooled function of the seats.Any suggestions welcome.
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I'm going to bump this for my own information as well
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I know a lot of people on these forums use marathon seat covers. I don't believe your cooling will work, however the warming part will.
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Old 01-27-2011, 06:14 PM
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I have some Balistic seat covers from Autoanything that should be here Monday.I hope they will work.If not I will probably order a set of cover craft seat covers.I would have ordered these first except for a 2 month wait.
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also heard marathon were the best
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I spoke with a few seat cover manufacturers and it seems the best option out there is a spacer mesh cover. Coverking sells a front seat set for $150 and I may pull the trigger on soon. Their customer service said a few folks had asked about the same thing for different vehicles and they never heard any complaints back. I have a set of the ballistic rear seat covers from them now that are working pretty well, so it looks like my choice.

I know the spacer mesh style doesnt offer the most protection, but I guess anything is better than nothing.
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