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Old 05-08-2011, 03:31 PM   #1
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affordable seat covers

Got my new 2011 double-cab, 4x4 SR5 and already dislike the seat fabric. Any suggestions? Don't want to spend a fortune, ideally.
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Old 05-08-2011, 03:47 PM   #2
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I got some Coverking spacer mesh ones here... http://www.coverking.com/c-6-custom-seat-covers.aspx

Been 3 years now and they are holding up great.
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katzkin leather seats. cheaper than you think. check it out in the group buy section.

check out my build thread for pics.
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Old 05-09-2011, 06:20 PM   #4
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I got some Coverking spacer mesh ones here... http://www.coverking.com/c-6-custom-seat-covers.aspx

Been 3 years now and they are holding up great.

Do they have rear pockets or do you lose them when you put them on?
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Old 05-09-2011, 06:27 PM   #5
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Do they have rear pockets or do you lose them when you put them on?
yes they have rear pockets
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Old 05-09-2011, 06:30 PM   #6
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yes they have rear pockets

thanks for the info! BTW any pics of them installed in your truck?
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Old 05-09-2011, 06:35 PM   #7
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thanks for the info! BTW any pics of them installed in your truck?
no but I will whip some up here for ya.
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Old 05-09-2011, 06:45 PM   #8
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Thanks. I saw the spacer mesh ones for $119 per front or back on Carcovers.com. WHen you bought did you also look into the Neosupreme material?
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Old 05-09-2011, 06:52 PM   #9
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Thanks. I saw the spacer mesh ones for $119 per front or back on Carcovers.com. WHen you bought did you also look into the Neosupreme material?
I think I did but I thought I would give these a try instead for some reason or another.


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Tinker thanks for going out of your way to take pics! Thats cool. I like them. Going to do my research on best prices now. Thanks again!
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Do the CoverKing spacer mesh seat covers offer any liquid repellant benefits? Or is it just a seat cover to protect the original seats? I like the mesh look and the price better than the neosupreme covers but the water repelling benefits might be worth the extra $$$.
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Got my coverkings. like the look and feel. seems pretty solid and not thin or flimsy. so far pretty happy with them. installed the rears now i think i may need to remove the front seats to make it easier to install those. Thanks Tinker for the pics and helping me make my decision. AccessorizeYourVehicle.com had the best price at $273 shipped (with $20 off for buying both backs and fronts)
By the way I ordered the Neosupreme covers.
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Got my coverkings. like the look and feel. seems pretty solid and not thin or flimsy. so far pretty happy with them. installed the rears now i think i may need to remove the front seats to make it easier to install those. Thanks Tinker for the pics and helping me make my decision. AccessorizeYourVehicle.com had the best price at $273 shipped (with $20 off for buying both backs and fronts)
By the way I ordered the Neosupreme covers.

think i'm also going to go with the neosupreme. do you have any pics of yours? i have the grey interior and was thinking about going with the all blacks since i've heard the grey covers don't exactly match. also considered the charcoal since the exterior of truck is charcoal but will likely end up playing it safe with black. i had been pricing them out for a while and the cheapest i found was on carid.com for about 300 said and done so i'm glad i saw your post. i actually searched for online coupons and i found one for first time customers to save 10% (ft10). this brings the savings to 29.38 as opposed to the $20 with Coverking2Rows184. total of 264.46. great deal, just have to talk myself into it...
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I recently did a review on some waterproof seat covers from exactseatcovers.com, heres the link to it. http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/pro...er-review.html
I am very happy with them thus far but its only been on for a few days since I installed them.
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