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anyone make nice seat covers?

looking for some nice seat covers for my truck the seats are pretty shotty looking with the truck being 18 years old and i know my ex had a nice set in her f150 covering the front and back seat so i was searching for a nice combo for mine
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I have a set of wet oakle that i am selling. They are really nice covers. They are custom fit neoprene. Your seats would have to be the same configuration. Its about $550 for the front and rear if you buy them new. I had them in my 02 and took them out when I sold it.

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Hi, your F-150 is 2000, right? You can review our selection of seat covers we've got for your truck by following the link: https://www.carid.com/2000-ford-f-150-seat-covers/
just pick your cab type and see the options available for your exact model.


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+1 on Wet Okole.
you won't be disappointed.

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Seatcoversunlimited.com Best fitting and material seat covers I have ever used. Had them in 3 trucks and 2 cars. They are made specifically for your seats to fit perfectly and can choose materials and colors. They are not cheap, about 150-250 for both fronts and same for rear but they last.
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Seatcoversunlimited.com Best fitting and material seat covers I have ever used. Had them in 3 trucks and 2 cars. They are made specifically for your seats to fit perfectly and can choose materials and colors. They are not cheap, about 150-250 for both fronts and same for rear but they last.
^^^ +1 Mine fit great and I had pockets installed on the back of each front seat.

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