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Old 03-12-2013, 09:24 AM   #1
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**WET OKOLE GB 2013 Install Pictures**

For those 200+ who participated in the 2013 Wet Okole Group Buy -
Post pictures of your product installed + details on how you like it
Obviously it will take another week etc. for most to receive their covers.
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Old 03-18-2013, 06:29 AM   #3
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Not from this GB but it was from a previous GB on TW. Mine is full taupe with full black piping, black TRD OFFROAD and center console cover:

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How's the piping holding up? Nice covers!
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Old 03-20-2013, 05:18 AM   #6
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How's the piping holding up? Nice covers!
It's frayed but not completely coming off. Had these for about 2.5 years.
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Old 03-20-2013, 08:36 AM   #7
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Easy install and everything fits like a glove!
That looks great man!!!
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Ive had some wet okoles for a year and a couple months, and I dont know how many times these covers have saved my seats.
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Old 03-23-2013, 06:36 AM   #9
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Finally got them on Friday April 12th and installed on Saturday the 13th. Really liking the darker gray instead of the light gray. Thanks for the GB it was greatly appreciated. Can't wait for the next one.


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Sub'd for when mine come in!
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Sub'd, got mine today will post pics once I clean my seats and install!
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I was at Wet Okole this morning at 8am. Two guys did the install and it took them about 40 minutes.

A few things I noted.
1. I can smell some fumes driving home. I expect this is just from brand new neoprene and probably a glue they used in various places. I left my truck outside today in the sun rather than in the garage, and I rolled my windows down. I think it's just a matter of time before this goes away.

2. The seat heaters work well, but I am concerned how I am going to hard wire them and have the switches be easily usable. I am going to search TW for this.

3. The guys said that the seats actually snug up a little bit over time as they get heated and cooled. I found this hard to believe. He mentioned a few small areas with extra material. I think it's just how they are and I am okay with it. Lying to me like that kept me (any customer really) from bitching, and gets me out the door

Here is my order:
Charcoal on Charcoal with full light gray piping. Seat heaters and both driver/passenger map holders. No embroidery, no lumbar, no sunglasses, no pet leash, etc.

Here's some before/after just so you know..




Where you can chill while they install.
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sweet! mines gonna be charcoal with black piping......I'm getting excited!
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These pics are looking awesome guys!!!

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Got mine today and installed.... Pics tomorrow, very tired. The front seats are a mother #$@@%$#RFEDRSWf but not too bad overall.
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Drove around today on and on for a few hours. These bad boys get hot and it only got up to 70 degrees today.
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Got Mine installed in my garage Saturday





THEY FIT LIKE A GLOVE - Obviously I realized it's much easier if you just take the seats out

Oh and a pic of Olivia shooting birds Easter morning lol

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Installed Fri. night/Sat. morning. Much easier in the daylight.




In true squirrel fashion I cut myself installing one front seat and bled on the rear. As soon as installed put the woman and the dog in the truck and took a 2 hr drive. After the weekend and the dog going in and out with dirty paws they look nice. Without even wiping them down the dirt flakes off and is almost unnoticeable. Feel like they already saved me some anxiety from the pooch possibly ruining the seats and that makes them totally worth it.
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lol i cut my finger while installing too -
first thing i did was look for blood but i didn't find any, must have blended in with the red
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