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Good seat covers?

Anyone know of a place I can find decent seat covers that arent overly expensive? Been looking around, around here and so far nothing. Would i have to have them custom made to fit perfectly? Any pictures of yours ?
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Wet Okele are the best but you'll have to pay for them. They're like 270ish but will last forever, they really are the best covers you can buy.
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I bought some from autozone that aren't custom fit, but they have laces on both sides like your shoes that tighten the seat cover up to your seat nicely. I liked how well the fit the seats, nice and tight, for 15 bucks, and had tons of storage compartments for all my gear.
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Do you have any pictures?? Ill have to check again at autozone. My seats are good now but i want to keep them nice. What color do you have? As for the wet okele ones.. They seem a tad high but again if they are good quality then it might be worth it... Is it 270 for both?
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depends, do you have 60/40 if so i used to get my custom made for 110 with consol cover, but they were to plain, with only the mazda emblem on it, i cut my 20 to make it bucket seats and got the advatage max hd4 bucketseat covers for 60 bux
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I have an FX4 so i have the buckets with the center console. And the camo look isnt too bad.
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dont get anything except wet okole! they are by far the best and are the only covers that actually FIT the seat. they come in camo too. Auto zone covers look like crap.
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Where would i find them? Would the dealership have them?
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Where would i find them? Would the dealership have them?
only on thier website as for as i know since they are custom made.

http://www.wetokole.com/
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Autozone, like $25 bucks, you can take them out and wash them when needed...

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bass pro, and they are neoprine, love um, no see mud, wash right off
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Autozone covers:

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damn those Wet Okele look nice! I think I might get me some! (I'm assuming by the pics they have the 60/40 split covers available?
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Yes yours do look better but he did say not overly expensive.... $25 vs. $100+
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Wet Okole is definitely the way to go if you can afford them.
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http://www.marathonseatcovers.com/scsuperhides.php

Has great looking camo ones. I bought them for the BF's cummins, and they are FANTASTIC! Super durable cordura fabric.
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Do you have any pictures?? Ill have to check again at autozone. My seats are good now but i want to keep them nice. What color do you have?
These are the ones I have. They are grey and black. TONS of storage, and in the pic you can see on the sides of the seats how they tighten for a snug fit.

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Hey Rob we have the same floor mats Lol. And I'm still trying to find a good deal on some decent seat covers, just haven't found a place yet.

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Where can I find some like real tree camo looking ones for cheap like $25. I ain't buying no $130 seat covers. Not for what I will get on them.
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