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Old 02-26-2015, 09:19 PM   #15
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Unless you don't like the material with,which the seats are upholstered (e.g., cheap vinyl in some rigs) then all that seat covers do is to preserve the seats for the person you're eventually going to sell to.

My personal choice would be to use the seats as installed and if they start looking ratty, put seat covers on before you sell. The buyer will think they're getting carefully preserved seat upholstery!
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Thanks for the replies. I also like the feel of the Ultraleather while I'm using them. Great suggestions about just covering them when not in use with sheets,blankets and something in the seat as Don suggested to take up space from the dogs. Maybe a laundry basket in each seat as their bulky but light. As far as "aren't your dogs crate trained" as someone asked, I gave up on logic with my wife years ago . Sad but true.
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Aren't your dogs crate-trained?
Sorry, don't understand the question, can you expand? Mine is, but dogs have to come out some timeand play.

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Sorry, don't understand the question, can you expand? Mine is, but dogs have to come out some timeand play.

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I think they meant why don't I put the dogs in the crate when we are not in the coach to keep them off the seats. That's another thread.
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