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WMassGriff

Finally broke down and traded in my old Xterra for a much newer 4 Runner. I do want some seat covers for the front and with all the choices available wondered what UJ members have found that fit and work good for protecting the non-leather seats?

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WPG Gizmo

I have neoprene seat covers in the Jeep they work great but they are not inexpensive

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gunsrus

CoverKing .

I think Polecat told me about them . Fit snug and heavy duty . Not cheap . 

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Fire Marshal Bill

Any seat cover worth it's salt won't be cheap. But generally worth it. 

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WPG Gizmo

The thing is there are plenty of good ones out there and they are not cheap and there are plenty of cheap ones out there and they are not good :)

 

Coverking, Wet Okole, Covercraft and many other are going to cost you a couple of hundred BUT they last

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SelbyLowndes

Remember back in the CB Radio days what the truckers called "seat covers"...SelbyLowndes

 

For the youth here, that would be hot chix.

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WMassGriff

CoverKing has a huge selection. Any specific material recommendations?

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gunsrus
19 minutes ago, WMassGriff said:

CoverKing has a huge selection. Any specific material recommendations?

I bought the fake leather . Can't tell from the real deal . Cleans up great .

I think Polecat put some camo's . He likes them . 

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Curt

We put the new Carhartt seat covers in my wife's new Ford Escape last summer.  They are pretty rugged looking and so far are holding up very well.  When I eventually trade the truck I'll likely put them in the new one.

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mccuha

I have had the cabelas brand cordura seat covers that lasted past 10 yrs then I bought a new truck that they want fit on   I found some covers one day in Ollie’s. They are fit most with ways to tighten them. They have surprisingly lasted for over 2 years and still going. I paid around $30 to put covers on every seat in a crew cab. 

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bullseyebill

Is the reason for seat covers to keep the seats clean?  With heated seats, are there any concerns?

 

THanks

Cindy

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Brad Eden
On 6/25/2018 at 10:04 AM, WI Outdoor Nut said:

I have had these cabela's seat covers for about 3 years.  Held up well and reasonably priced.  Tough to get on, but I do like them.

 

https://www.cabelas.com/product/CABELAS-TRAIL-GEAR-SEAT-COVERS/1791205.uts?slotId=0

 

Same here. They wear very well. Mine have been in my truck front and back for 10 years, and my dogs stay in the cab back seat. No holes or wear through.

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WMassGriff

I bought the CoverKing Cordura semi fitted covers. Pricy but fit great and are easy to clean up (when I think of it). Highly recommended.

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oak stob
4 hours ago, bullseyebill said:

Is the reason for seat covers to keep the seats clean?.....

 

 

 

A reasonable question.

 

 

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