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who makes a really good looing and fiting covers ? i have a 05 cc

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I think you are asking about seat covers...

I have Marathon seat covers and love them. They fit great after two years.
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I always thought Wet Okole? were nice, but damn pricey.

How do you suppose those would hold up on a work truck sprman?

Are they thick? Stay attached nicely? Any wear or things you dislike?

Price is just right!

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damn guess i should have hit spell check whoops
didn't look that bad in tell you said something someday ill be perfect like you Bill your my hero

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I always thought Wet Okole? were nice, but damn pricey.

How do you suppose those would hold up on a work truck sprman?

Are they thick? Stay attached nicely? Any wear or things you dislike?

Price is just right!

I use mine as a work truck. It's not a street queen. They hold up great to everything i've thrown at them - mud, water, dirty dogs, naked women, coolers, spilled beer and all other kind of stuff. I've had mine for over two years and haven't had any issues with them and haven't done anything other than take the driver arm rest off to wash it (since i lean on it all the time it got kinda dirty). Other than that, to clean them off i just vacuum them and if they are dirty, i'll just wipe with a cloth. I like them a lot and will be the last ones i buy and the only ones i'll buy for other trucks. We've got two truck with them so far. Both are holding up great.

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+1 for Marathon covers..nice colors and a great fit!
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i have the marathon, seem real tough. my problem was the instructions were terrible and very lackinh. i am old and need pictures. also some of the twine ties had to be reattached to the material.

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I have a set of Hatchie Bottom Seat Covers that I really like. I haven't had them to long but the guy that I got them from have them for about 4 yrs or so. They have helt up really good.

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My Rig--2002 CCSB, D/A, Charcoal Grey. Leather, Debadged & 4x4 stickers gone, 5% tint on top of factory tint , Diablo Sport Predator, 4" straight pipe w/ 6" tip, HID 55w 6000k, Moto Metal Wheels, Air Lift rear airbags, SuperGlide 5th wheel, TTT Mirrors, AVIC N-2, Uniden CB., High Idle mod, Cheap Wal-Mart fog lights for back-up lights, Line-x, Amsoil By-pass System, Espar Heater, Cobalt boost & pyro gauges.
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