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Old 04-18-2011, 09:03 AM   #1
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Decent seat covers for driver/passenger captains seats?

Hubby wants to replace the existing Flexsteel seats in our rig- says they're uncomfortable. We have a pair of seats he likes better (from a conversion van we used to own) that will bolt right in, but they are in gray velour, not our current tan or beige.

Has anyone put seat covers on their captains-style front seats? Did it work OK?

I'd really like to get leather seats, but that will have to wait until we find A Deal- and he wants different seats NOW.

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Or do I mean slip-covers??!

Tan covers to go over the gray seats. Gosh, I feel somewhat challenged mentally this morning.
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Got these at camping world and they seem to fit nicely. Haven't given them a workout yet but so far I like them. Vinyl but feels and looks like leather. About $80
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