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Old 08-14-2011, 07:59 AM
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Carhartt Seat Covers

Here are some pictures of my Carhartt seat covers. I've had them for two weeks with great results. They stay in place and look great. Honestly I never understood seat covers because you never get to enjoy the actual seats in the truck till you sell it, but with a full truck of men everyday I would go crazy trying to keep the leather clean.




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Any problem with A/C seats not being felt through them?
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I do not have AC seats. Glad I do not because I would not trade AC for the covers!
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Hmm interesting. My truck is a work truck as well and those look like they could take some abuse. I'm not too sure about the front seats having that "bib" style though; I think I'd much rather have them wrap around the sides like traditional covers.

Where'd you pick them up?
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Hmm interesting. My truck is a work truck as well and those look like they could take some abuse. I'm not too sure about the front seats having that "bib" style though; I think I'd much rather have them wrap around the sides like traditional covers.

Where'd you pick them up?
Because of the side airbag in the seat, I doubt you will find a cover that goes over the whole seat. I picked them up at my Ford dealer (only a Ford Part) for somewhere around $275.
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Those look good. You will like having them on there. I have a full set of seat covers in my truck too. I agree with hiding the nice leather seats (especially the KR red that I have) but the upshot is I can load up the truck with whoever, wearing whatever, doing whatever and the seats still stay nice. Which reminds me... I need to pull all the covers off and give them a wash

I have the AC seats and it still works with the covers on. It isn't quite as intense but it still works. I use mine every time it gets hot.

Another thought is the ones I have are full coverage covers. The sides of the front seats have openings/slots where the airbags are instead of leaving the whole side open.

Let me check some time today what they are. I got them from Pickups Plus Cars here in Ohio but I do not remember what the make is. They were about $350 if I remember right. They also do not have a cover for the armrest. I wish they did. I've already got a scratch on that leather from slamming the brakes and throwing a dog in to the front seat
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Those look great, thanks for sharing!
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Do they make a set with the AC seats?
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Nice covers. I got the Wet Okela neoprene covers so the seats will be protected from me getting in wet from sailing or the muddy dog paws. I love em, but they are expensive. You cano feel the heat or ac from the seats after a bit too.

BTW, if anyone wan its a set from a 2010 F250 CC, I have a set for sale. Unfortunately the 2010 SLTs are just different enohg from the 2011 Lariates.
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