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Old 01-16-2012, 04:02 PM   #1
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Wet Okole Seat Covers: Any Good?

Any one have these or know of anyone with them? A decent alternative to going leather?



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theres a lot of people with those, just use the search bar and type that in and youll find a lot of people talking about them. But yes, get them
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I wouldn't call them an alternative to leather, they're different functions. Leather looks and feels nice, Wet Okoles are water proof and dirt proof. Great for people like me who transport wet and dirty retreivers in the back seat and don't want their stock interior destroyed. They're very well made, easy to install and hold up well to abuse.
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First of all, there are so many threads about them isn't not worth making another.

But, they are great. Nice to have something water repellent and easy to clean when you're off-roading and hauling dogs around.
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Personally I don'tlike them. I installed them in my TRD Sport 2011 DCLB and I just don't like the way they look. Nearly impossible to attach all the straps..............may be for sale soon. black/grey with trd logo.
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i have them and love em... they're child stain resistant, and they look good too
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they fit correctly...that is all you need to know
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Personally I don'tlike them. I installed them in my TRD Sport 2011 DCLB and I just don't like the way they look. Nearly impossible to attach all the straps..............may be for sale soon. black/grey with trd logo.
I'll be waiting...
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I wouldn't call them an alternative to leather, they're different functions. Leather looks and feels nice, Wet Okoles are water proof and dirt proof. Great for people like me who transport wet and dirty retreivers in the back seat and don't want their stock interior destroyed. They're very well made, easy to install and hold up well to abuse.
x2 .... As usual Pugga, I couldn't have said it any better!
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damn i was 8 mins too late.. i want these too.
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Exactly ... that's why there's been like ... oh ... hell ... I don't know how many Group Buys here!
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Expensive, but look and fit like factory installed covers. High quality product that I like very much.

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Personally I don'tlike them. I installed them in my TRD Sport 2011 DCLB and I just don't like the way they look. Nearly impossible to attach all the straps..............may be for sale soon. black/grey with trd logo.
Wondering if you ever put these up for sale?!??! I looked on ebay, and google shopping and elsewhere and nothing except for like $40 off for woodland camo seat covers front only....!!!
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Wondering if you ever put these up for sale?!??! I looked on ebay, and google shopping and elsewhere and nothing except for like $40 off for woodland camo seat covers front only....!!!
No my wife said she likes them and you know who the boss is.
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Personally I don'tlike them. I installed them in my TRD Sport 2011 DCLB and I just don't like the way they look. Nearly impossible to attach all the straps..............may be for sale soon. black/grey with trd logo.
They fit great for me; snug as a bug in a rug.

As for getting them, I had compliments on people saying where I got those seats that match my truck. I told them they were seat covers and one guy didn't believe me, until I showed him. They take a bit when you first install them, but after that it wasn't as bad; when I took them off to clean them. If you pour water on them, it just slides right off!!
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My leathers are easy to clean, even with muddy dogs and bunch of random shit.
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They fit great for me; snug as a bug in a rug.

As for getting them, I had compliments on people saying where I got those seats that match my truck. I told them they were seat covers and one guy didn't believe me, until I showed him. They take a bit when you first install them, but after that it wasn't as bad; when I took them off to clean them. If you pour water on them, it just slides right off!!
what was your method of getting the seat straps attached?
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what was your method of getting the seat straps attached?
Maybe you're trying to clip the straps into the wrong connectors?

You can enlongate the straps as well.

Love mine, Went from Coverkings to WOs and the WOs are a huge difference. Better build quality, better material, better fit (as good as it can get for a bench seater and that weird indent in the middle of the seat)

Really dosen't get any better for Seat covers.
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