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Front Seat Covers

Time to replace the front seat cover (Drivers side) on Van.
Open to suggestions on this.
Need something in Camel coler.

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Hey Nash,

Good to see you around. Cabelas has some decent covers for decent prices. Easy return policy if you don't like them.

RT thanks for the info you gave me a while back on one of my questions,.

really loving my 7.3L van.


Amazon has some,
Amazon.com: Leather Seat Covers


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I have the Hatchie BottomŪ Semi-Custom Seat Covers in my van and my pup. I tend to get into a lot of mud/dogs/all sorts of crap. They are waterproof and have held up great for many years.

Hatchie BottomŪ Semi-Custom Seat Covers : Cabela's

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I've seen the handy work of cover king, and i was not impressed. sewing was coming undone after a few months, and the seams were not aligned. when my neighbor called to complain they said that it was her fault and she did not care for them correctly. she was gone for 2 months and only used them for about a month, never removed them. but they blamed her and said the were not held liable for her misuse of them. so she tried to go through her credit card company and is still waiting to hear from them. i guess you get what you pay for though, they are cheaper than some other companies. i would never buy any from them after i saw their quality though.
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i've seen some good reviews of www.decorauto.com but i haven't seen any irl yet. their facebook and yelp page seems to have some good feed back, i'm a huge yelper so i'm going to see if i can stop by their shop when i'm in LA next. i'm not really too close to their location but i have a 3 year old 75lb pitbull and a boxer pup that i'm thinking about taking hunting when she's old enough. i want some real quality covers, and there's a lot of compliments of their customer service.


although, i wonder if they would do a group buy deal! that would be great!!
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Have you tried Craigslist to see if you can find stock seats?

Name: Rob.
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What exactly is wrong with the originals? If they're just dirty, peel them & throw them in the washer. You'd be amazed...



If they're ruined, post pics of the best one you have so we can see which style they are. I think I have 1 or 2 of these covers left:



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Wow, didnt know you can peel them and throw them in the washer....Definitely on my to-do list! Thanks!

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While the chairs are out, don't forget the carpet:

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If you have a bench, its upholstery probably won't fit in a washing machine, but don't let that stop you.

. . . .

Even the seat belts aren't as hard as you might think to disassemble & wash. (Click the first thumbnail in my first reply.) And the effort DOES pay off.


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I bought my seat cover replacement from Amazon. A lot of universal-fit cover choices there, especially the leather seat covers. Someone here mentioned about CoverKing which I think is a great place to buy new seat cover too.

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