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Old 07-17-2011, 09:38 AM   #1
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Anyone have them yet for SCrew with 40/20/40 front seats? Thoughts, opinion?
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This is the only photo I have seen of them at all. Good for a work truck.
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Seriously check out marathon seat covers if you are looking to spend that kind of money.
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if the carharts came in a black i would buy them up.
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if the carharts came in a black i would buy them up.

They do. I saw them on ford accessories website. I kind of like them. I have a black on black FX4 and I'm curious if the brown would work in it or just go with the black ones. Any thoughts on this?
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http://accessories.ford.com/interior...PageRightEspot
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I am interested in something that is easy to put on and take off... Looks like they would be easy to throw into the washing machine and I think the faded demin would get more comfortable over time. I think the black would look good on the Adobe interior. But they are a bit pricey
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I am interested in something that is easy to put on and take off... Looks like they would be easy to throw into the washing machine and I think the faded demin would get more comfortable over time. I think the black would look good on the Adobe interior. But they are a bit pricey

I agree. I'm not interested in putting custon fit full time covers on my brand new seats, but want some good durable protection for when i am actually using the truck for dirty work. Easy on, easy off and into the washer. Looks like these just came out, hopefully more retail options become available and the price comes down.
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I just bought two of the $20 Cabelas model and they worked great last week. I used them all week while we were doing construction in Alabama (tornado damage area) and they did exactly what I wanted. I took them off in about 20 seconds and it took only a couple of minutes to get them on.

I used them for a week and put 1600 miles on the truck. Passed with flying colors.
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The brand that I like and have had good experiences with is Wet Okole. They are waterproof, neoprene covers that you can customize. They are a little higher up there in price but well worth the money. They are easy to install and look great. here is a link to their site. http://www.wetokole.com/
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