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Any "GOOD" seat cover venders

I am currently researching good quality seat covers for my '05 Dodge. I am looking at Neoprene / synthetic leather / body glove type covers. I am also needing them to be "yellow / black" combination. :feedback :bling:

I can get away with doing just the fronts right now on a 40/20/40 seat.


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Some of the best covers I have found is FIA. I can also get Covercraft, Coverking, Pilot, and Elegant/Saddleman brands. Go though what they have and see what you like. If you can find the part number I can get you a price quicker but if not, I will find it and get you a price.

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another company to check out is Marathon. There website is www.marathonseatcovers.com We purchased some camoflouge ones for my wifes F150 and they fit tight and look like they were professionally installed. They are custom made to order and they will give you a fit cause the fit is so tight.
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Ive got covercrafts in my OBS and I love them. They are kinda like Carhartt material. Easy to clean just throw em in the washer. Fit very good too. Not baggy like some I have seen.

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