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Carhartt dog seat cover

Discussion in '3rd Gen. Tacomas (2016+)' started by Idahobound, Oct 16, 2016.

  1. Oct 16, 2016 at 4:57 AM
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    Idahobound

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    Has anyone used one of these in their Tacoma? I was looking at one the the store the other day. Made of the same heavy duct Carhartt material that their cloths are. Wish they did it in black. Was wondering how they fit in a Tacoma.

    http://m.murdochs.com/shop/carhartt-dog-seat-cover/
     
  2. Oct 16, 2016 at 8:54 AM
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    I have the one from weathertech. It has been real good for both keeping the seat clean and also easy for when removing it for friends or family seating in the back. Its pretty much the same color as my grey carhart 's. Cost if I remember was about 110
     
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    But the weather tech one does not allow for middle seat belt... did you cut a slot in it for it?
     
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    If you are willing to spend that much, you might as well give ORVIS a close look. Their products are very nice, but expensive.

    http://www.orvis.com/traveling-with...+seat +cover&gclid=CNnOmZXy388CFYuLaQodNPAPaw
     
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    Not sure what you were looking at but I have the windowed hammock (large), and it's $149. Fits my 4Runner seat perfectly.

    http://www.orvis.com/p/windowed-hammock-seat-protector/2ect
     
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    Kurgo, Grey is not a complete match but it's not far off. Heafy duty and waterproof and has holes for all seat belts including the center one. Forget what I paid but it was for sure under 50$ At a sports discount store

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    Having hauled working dogs (search and rescue) around for years (usually crated), I strongly recommend the hammock type seat cover, which I have now in my back seat. It protects the dog from falling into the foot-wells, protects the seats, and can easily be disconnected on one side and folded aside for carrying a 3rd passenger. For that matter, removing the whole thing is easy. Along with 2 Kurgo door guards, my back seat area is well protected from our "Tasmanian Devil" (Labrador retriever).
     

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