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Old 03-07-2018, 06:12 AM   #15
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Thanks all! The wife has decided that we are taking the 2 cats with us from now on, so was looking for something to protect the driver and passenger seats. I think I will see about having an upholstery shop make covers for the dinette seats / back. I can almost envision the holes in the seats now, without covers.......

I also travel with my cat, not to mention the 3 border collies Luckily he will let me dremel his claws.

A slip cover for the sofa is a great idea. I may ask about having one made.
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Old 03-07-2018, 12:16 PM   #16
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Seat Savers in Miami makes covers that are custom fit to the vehicle. These are designed to be protective slip covers that can be removed and laundered if needed, and they are made of many different materials but the most popular are a cotton duck material. I have a set on my Pontiac Vibe and have been intending to order a set for my MH, as I cannot stand the "ultra Leather" that Winnebago upholstered the original Sprinter seats with. Would rather they have left the original German fabric on them.

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got an email back from Seat Savers this morning saying they DO NOT do seat covers for motorhomes because they have OEM seats. Not that that makes a lot of sense to me, but OK. Will continue looking.
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Old 03-08-2018, 05:48 AM   #17
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got an email back from Seat Savers this morning saying they DO NOT do seat covers for motorhomes because they have OEM seats. Not that that makes a lot of sense to me, but OK. Will continue looking.
Same for me.
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got an email back from Seat Savers this morning saying they DO NOT do seat covers for motorhomes because they have OEM seats. Not that that makes a lot of sense to me, but OK. Will continue looking.
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Same for me.
Almost sounds like they are trying to say they cannot do them because they assume they are NOT OEM seats, at least I suspect that is what they intended to say. They do seat covers for all other kinds of OEM seats, why not a Sprinter?

Actually I just now called Seat Savers and asked. They do have the computer patterns for the front seats on the Sprinter's. I was emphatic that I had the original Daimler-Chrysler-MB front seats with the Mercedes part number stickers on the back of the frame. He noted that the only thing peculiar to mention is if it has a small headrest or the large one that is 10 to 12 inches high.

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After hours of research, poring over various companies and options finally made a decision. Looks like I am going to stay with Coverking neoprene seat covers. I have had them in two of my trucks and they have done very well as far as comfort, wear, and appearance. Sheepskin was considered, but I am not paying $600 for a good set of covers and most everything else did not have a good clean fit. At least with Coverking, I know what I am getting, plus Costco has them on sale now for $159 a set. I'll go ahead and get a set for the MH and a set for the Jeep JK and pay half the price of sheepskin plus not have to worry about spills and animal hair. Glad this adventure is over! Thanks for the input of all who responded.
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After hours of research, poring over various companies and options finally made a decision. Looks like I am going to stay with Coverking neoprene seat covers. I have had them in two of my trucks and they have done very well as far as comfort, wear, and appearance. Sheepskin was considered, but I am not paying $600 for a good set of covers and most everything else did not have a good clean fit. At least with Coverking, I know what I am getting, plus Costco has them on sale now for $159 a set. I'll go ahead and get a set for the MH and a set for the Jeep JK and pay half the price of sheepskin plus not have to worry about spills and animal hair. Glad this adventure is over! Thanks for the input of all who responded.
Thanks for the information. I just ordered a set from Costco.
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