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I ally finished getting the seat covers installed today. Took me a couple days because of work and wanting to get them installed good. Took awhile and a lot of patience. Removed the rear seat back because I don't think there was anyway to get them on with out doing that.
Here's some pics (sorry my truck isn't clean):

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Very nicely done!
 

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Thanks guys! I really like them. They were time consuming and required a lot of patience, it was frustrating trying to get them just right in some spots. But I like the results.
 

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I agree, doesn't even look like covers. Well done!
 

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Looks good. I had a set of Clazzio covers on my S2000 for years. They held up well, look OEM and were a great price. :act035:
 

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Looks great ! Its too bad the armrests in leather are $85 each (majestic), would be a nice touch. Am thinking about getting one just in the driver's seat since the RTX armpad feels like sandpaper...
 

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Looks great ! Its too bad the armrests in leather are $85 each (majestic), would be a nice touch. Am thinking about getting one just in the driver's seat since the RTX armpad feels like sandpaper...

Lol I was thinking the same thing! I was trying to find the cheapest place to get them so I could upgrade them as well. I'm going to be upgrading my stereo here soon. I have the new stereo and speakers just haven't had a chance to do it yet but I was hoping I could just do those armrests at the same time. But $85 is kinda high....


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Lol I was thinking the same thing! I was trying to find the cheapest place to get them so I could upgrade them as well. I'm going to be upgrading my stereo here soon. I have the new stereo and speakers just haven't had a chance to do it yet but I was hoping I could just do those armrests at the same time. But $85 is kinda high....
Dupli-color fabric spray could at least get them black...
 

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I saw a sport online and it looks like they got the ones without map pockets and put the old hardbacks back on over them.
They also have the heater installed as you can see the switch on the seat.
They look like good quality so I would say they are Katskin espcially since the center section isn't perforated.
Food for thought...
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Looks nice. Best looking covers I've ever seen. I'm curious if these shift around at all over time or stretch out and create pockets.
 

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I'm in the middle of installing my Clazzio covers. The front seat backs are giving me fits. That flap on the factory covers with the plastic panel in it, I think this is what's causing me so much grief.

I'd like to hear how any of you who have installed these got around this?
 
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