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Old 08-13-2007, 12:38 PM
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Wet Okole opinions?

I am considering "letting" my wife get me a set of Wet Okole seat covers for my birthday, and am sure that somebody on this forum has a set. I was wondering a few things...

*Are they as nice as they seem?
*How well do they fit?
*Would you buy another set?
*What color did you use to match the tan interior (I'm assuming "tan" but they have several options)
*Pictures would be great!

As always, thanks for any help!
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Old 08-14-2007, 12:04 AM
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Unfortunately i dont have a set but have seriously considering buying a set because i have heard good things about them, although if i remember a few people saying that you can buy a cheaper seat covers on ebay and there just as good, thats sorta why i havent bought a set yet...
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I just posted this in the diesel forum and will just copy it here.

Wet okole IMO are the best seat covers you can buy. I just stuck some on my F150 and love them. I also have friends with them and some have covers that are over 5 years old and they still look new. You pay a price for them but are worth it. You order them and they are custom handmade and are very tight once you get them on the seats.
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Also regarding the color you can order 3 color swatches from them for free to try to match a color.
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Has anyone ever cut a hole in them for a screen in the headrest? I'm thinking about putting screens in the back of the headrest in my truck (built into the seats, not swapping out the headrests) and I'm wondering if I could have someone cut a hole in the seat covers to let the screen show through, or if the material would be to tight in that area and cause it to bunch up wierd.
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