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Got any pics of your seat covers?

Does anyone have a seat cover but still has the stock center seat and console? Thinking about getting me some seat covers for my truck but do not want to get them if they are going to look crappy with the stock seat deal. Thanks yall.
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Whoo Hoo time to ***** this out

Iggee seat covers meant for the 60/40 seats i dont have them so i cut extra off. They are supper tight. People ask how much I paid to have my seats done in leather.

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Here are same seat covers on a 2000

Mine looked the same way the first week then the stretched out and no more wrinkles.

I do know people dont like the center console cover. You have to unzip it every time you wanna open the console


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1995 Iggee Covers
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Awesome pics, thanks dude. I wounder if you would have to put the thing on over the center console or not. I probably would not. Maybe I will ask my grandma for this for christmas.
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center console is a separate deal you don't have to put it on.

I only took my seats out to get a better fit. You don't have to
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Awesome. Is it any more comfortable than stock?
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Yes a lot more comfy. Nice and padded I have slept in my truck with stock and seat covers I would take sleeping with the covers over the stock
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SuperHide Seat Covers. has center counsol top but i took mine out... pulls hair on my arm when driving.lol
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Looking good, I can not tell if I want that camo or the black with red center for my truck.
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I personally think the Iggee ones look like poo

The Wet Okele ones look awesome though
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They look about the same to me. I will take the cheaper one.
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I personally think the Iggee ones look like poo

The Wet Okele ones look awesome though
The okele ones ate not that comfortable. They fill very cheap which they are a lot more money then the iggee ones

I dont see why you say they look like poo they look more like a stock seat than anything out there.
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I had some, but sold them after I did the expo console. They are on another members truck somewhere in TX last I knew.
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Those Iggee's don't look bad for the price, but I am **** when it comes to seat quality and appearance after building Chrysler and Honda seats for 3 years. I'd try and steam the Iggee covers after they are installed to get a nicer, tighter fit and loose some of the bagginess.

IMO, the Okole's look like a factory seat and look 100% better. In the black/blue pic, do you notice the lack of wrinkles and bagginess compared to the Iggees?

Either way,both look like viable options.


I am very impressed with the stock seats in my 02. They are nicely made and very tight and comfy, and even after 250k, there is no sign of wear and tear on them that would make you think they've been used for 250k miles. They're in better shape than the leather seats from my 98 cadillac catera with 100k.
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I'd try and steam the Iggee covers after they are installed to get a nicer, tighter fit and loose some of the bagginess.
IMO, the Okole's look like a factory seat and look 100% better. In the black/blue pic, do you notice the lack of wrinkles and bagginess compared to the Iggees?
I got my seat covers in summer. Like I said before after 1 week there were no more wrinkles. The heat from the cab during a 100+ degree day is enough to tighten them up.

If you take the seat out it allows for a tighter fit rather than leaving them in the truck.
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Good point. Heat is vinyl/naugahyde's friend.

I definetly agree with taking the seats out. One thing I have never liked about seat covers is that they are just that...covers. They are not fastened directly to the seat foam, so you have that extra little play in the covers sliding over top of the original seat fabric at times. But hey, covers are WAY cheaper and easier tan doing a full reupholserting job.
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I bought the Iggee seat covers a while ago and they were $200. I got so sick of the wrinkles and the arm rest thing was a pain in the *** so much that I went to the junkyard and bought some like new leather Explorer seats for $200 and am so much happier with them. They are perfect.

Has swapping seats ever crossed your mind? It's not very hard, just 4 bolts per seat and they are a direct fit.
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I bought the Iggee seat covers a while ago and they were $200. I got so sick of the wrinkles and the arm rest thing was a pain in the *** so much that I went to the junkyard and bought some like new leather Explorer seats for $200 and am so much happier with them. They are perfect.

Has swapping seats ever crossed your mind? It's not very hard, just 4 bolts per seat and they are a direct fit.
Did you ever try taking the seats out and putting on the covers?

After that a little bit of heat takes all the wrinkles out.

I have 0 wrinkles in mine
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can u post recent pics of your 0 wrinkles? cuz the ones u posted look alright. the wet okele's look amazing and look 10x better. they look factory to me.
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