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kind of a stupid question.. need you to think hard

the last time I remember seeing these were at walmart about 2 years ago and they are these cool grey velour high back seat covers that had a ford logo on them. they were like $25.00 each or something like that. Well I am deployed and cant go to walmart and search for them, and they arent showing up on their website.. just shows those towel types.. not what I am looking for. Anyone know where I can buy them or even what the brand was? I just need a cheap set of seat covers for my F250, and just cant justify financially the cost of those high speed awesome neoprene seat cover. i want them so bad, but its them or guns, and well guns win lol so i am looking for these seat covers i mentioned as i had a set before and never had an issue with them. HELP






PS if you have a set of neoprene seat covers for a 40/20/40 high back with molded in headrest and want to sell them cheap, let me know

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thanks man, not what i was looking for but i will keep my eye on them..

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They have others, not sure about the water proof neoprene ones though. They will do a custom order, but at around $200 or so. I order some for my old Tacoma a few years back.


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how did they hold up?

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They're still on the truck, been around a year or 1 1/2. My only complaint is the seat bottom doesn't seem to stay exactly in place. It works it's way away from the seat back where the two separate pieces meet. I just slide back around and it last a few more months. I could probably tighten the straps a little more and it might stay. I also bought a set for my father-in law's Tundra. Haven't heard him complain yet. He likes anything with camo though.


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