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So, it's literally been a couple days since I got them and already had an accident in the car.

I should really stop drinking coffee while I'm driving, especially on twisty-turny roads.

Ballistic covers seriously did the trick--wiped it right off and no stains. Perfecto.

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I have the Seatskinz leather covers. They fit like factory leather and consequently were a pita to squeeze on. But once I did they look completely factory

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I have the Seatskinz leather covers. They fit like factory leather and consequently were a pita to squeeze on. But once I did they look completely factory
If I had a set of those I would need to buy a set of covers to protect them. They look great.
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I have the Seatskinz leather covers.
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They fit like factory leather and consequently were a pita to squeeze on.
They don't look like seat covers - they look like replacement upholstery.


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That looks pretty good!

Hard to believe that those guys are slip-ons, though, haha.

How much did they go for a row?
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I believe they were 350 ish for front and back.

You can see a bit of factory grey cloth on the lower back of the front seats in the picture below. Only way to tell they're covers. Drives me crazy too

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http://steelcraftautomotive.com/appl...ide/seatskinz/

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So, I'm sharing promasterparts.com with ya'll, please check it out. Thought i'd try to help whoever might be looking for heavy duty seat covers. Mine have been perfect since I bought them!

Also, I recommend proseatcovers.com. Try out Wet Okole if you guys are wanting to stay dry, I believe those sites will be carrying them soon!

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So, my covers have been godly.

Was filling my vape with e-juice and had the juice in between my legs--hadn't noticed the bottle flipped over and spilled all over the place (rookie mistake lol).

Cleaned it up in no time, still look like new as if I got them yesterday.

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