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Best seat covers?

Discussion in 'Interior Components' started by MxRider801, May 19, 2008.

  1. MxRider801

    MxRider801 New Member

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    I have the titanium interior on my sierra and while i like the look i hate how quickly they get dirty. Any suggestions on some good covers?
     
  2. MxRider801

    MxRider801 New Member

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    looks like i posted this in electrical instead of interior... can a mod please help me out?
     
  3. I have used Cover Craft covers for several years. Cabela's sell 'um. Made out of heavy denim, washable, fit fairly well, but a PITA to install on the rears seats of my CC...
     
  4. Duranali

    Duranali Pullin' The Trigger

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    wet okle or how ever you spell that makes a bad ass set of seat covers, they are a neoprene material. the fit is awesome too.
     
  5. Diesel Dually

    Diesel Dually awaiting your return...signed... your friends

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    x2 on the Wet Okole's!!!
     
  6. big block 88

    big block 88 Big Block 88

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    May 26, 2008
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    How much are the wet okole's for the front and back of a crew cab and does any vendor hear sell them?
     
  7. Jack Bauer

    Jack Bauer New Member

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    I'd imagine if prices havent increased you would be looking at 5-600 bucks for wet okole seat covers. They are well worth the investment. They fit awesome extremely durable easily washed and look great. I had a set on my 96 blazer for probably 5 years and when I washed them they still came out looking like new everytime.
     
  8. Max Attitude

    Max Attitude Typical White Person

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    Alto, MI
    X3! Love mine but they are expensive. I got mine used.
     
  9. Max Attitude

    Max Attitude Typical White Person

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    The guy I had bought mine from said he paid around $400 for the whole set of a crew cab from Cabela's.
     

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