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Old 11-08-2011, 11:13 AM
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2010 f150 seat covers

Has anyone found a seat cover that still allows the air bags in the front seat to deploy?
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Old 11-08-2011, 11:52 AM
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Most of the inexpensive options won't. You have to spend some coin to get a cover with airbag compatability.

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Ya...I was afraid of that. Thanks for the reply...and for the welcome.
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Oh, I will. Got you guys bookmarked. If anyone else out there has found a slightly less expensive seat cover, seat airbag compatible, please feel free to shout it out. Preferably water resistant.
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Oh, I will. Got you guys bookmarked. If anyone else out there has found a slightly less expensive seat cover, seat airbag compatible, please feel free to shout it out. Preferably water resistant.
I just ordered the Covercraft seat savers for my 2010 F-150. They are custom made but not form fitting and easily removable for washing. i should have done this 2 years ago. They were about $135.00 from Autoanything with a coupon. This is just the front. Worth a look.
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Thanks. Still more than I wanted to spend...but I might just have to bite the bullet on this one.
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Thanks. Still more than I wanted to spend...but I might just have to bite the bullet on this one.
I went through the same thing. The airbag thing is improtant and these covers are suppose to work. There's a video on youtube that shows installation.
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I looked at Headwaters. They are made from cordura, but are not cheap either. Good luck finding something.

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I will get Coverkings.
I have them in my current truck, they are great.
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I just bought mine from Fordaccessories.com. They are made by Covercraft
and are air bag compatible, easily removed for cleaning and look good.
I have had the cheap ones over the years which did not hold up well.
These look like they could be around awhile. Sample pic attached

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I will get Coverkings.
I have them in my current truck, they are great.
Forgot to say that they are on sale at Costco right now; ordered mine yesterday for $279. (normally on Coverking.com for $379 for both rows).
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I have a full set from exact seat covers - Exact Seat Covers | Custom Fit Car Covers, Truck Covers, Van Covers, Waterproof Covers, Neoprene Covers. Went with the black $229. They fit very well, have the airbag openings. Have had lots of compliments. Will try to post some pictures later.
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seats have air bags now? where have i been? I need to put the '77 away and step into this century!!
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You can get a slick set of carhartt seat covers for around the same price as the covercrafts through the ford accessories page. They are the same water repellent duck fabric as the majority of their products.
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