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wetokole seat covers? yay or nay?

I am thinking about getting these...

all black with grey piping.

just wanna know anyone elses experiences with these? fitment perfect?

i dont want to get them if you can tell they are seat covers..

want something that looks stock.

pics help!
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from all the pics i have seen, they dont look like seat covers, but they're too rich for my blood
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no thats total price for both.
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ok, dang, i jsut filled out from and for full piping with black covers with grey piping and it was $299. goodness
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yup lol mine came out to around the same.

very tempted though. and since i technically have buckets now im hoping they would still work. i used to have the 60/40 split but did the bucket mod. i dont see why it wouldnt fit.
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I want some of these asap....
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To expensive for me
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Wetokole are the nicest seat covers aside from Katzkin, but Katzkin are 2-3 times the price and the install is a little more involved.
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They are super duper nice, I was about to get some for the ranger but then I traded it. I'd like some for the truck now but don't know what will go with the tan interior and I don't want to spend 600 on seat covers at the moment lol
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Look up KLC's album on here. He has a picture of his seats which are covered in Wetokole's. They look so damn clean that you can NOT tell their covers. I'll def be getting some of these this coming summer.
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I have them in my truck. They fit great and change the whole look of the interior. Very comfy too.
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My buddy had them in his truck, he suggests on getting the cleaner for it too, or else your truck is going to start smelling like a wetsuit.
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Here's my old 60/40 ones...

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Any problems with them making your *** and back sweat in hot weather?
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that looks OEM, nice!
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do they include cutouts for the lever on the side of the seat or do you have to make a little hole for that yourself?
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Any problems with them making your *** and back sweat in hot weather?
Yeah, they were kind of "sticky" when it was hot out, but they cleaned up GREAT and were totally waterproof
so it was a tradeoff.
As for the handles, I BELEIVE they did have a cutout....I'll check when I get out to the garage later today.
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