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Precison Fit Carhartt Seat Covers

Hi guys,

I have a 2013 double cab and need to get some front bucket seat covers.

Has anyone tried the new Precision Fit Carhartt Seat Covers? Looking for feedback on how good the precision fit actually is?

https://www.covercraft.com/us/en/pro...overs.CGT-GTCA

2013 Double Cab Limited
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those look nice.. but damn they are expensive.
i'm happy with my old style carhartt seat covers.


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For the price, they dont really look that good.
Or look like they fit all that well.
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front and rear is only $780.
what a deal. should get a 2nd set just to have it.


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Those look like crap.
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I've seen leather covers for about that price. And they damn sure looked better. Carhart vs Clazzio? I know what Ill choose.
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Those look like crap.
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I bought these for our new SUV

https://www.autoanything.com/seat-co...as-seat-covers

The backing is very grippy and they protect the seats. Works very well with bucket seats or captain's chairs. Go on and off in seconds so if I want to have the factory upholstery not covered it is not a problem.
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Just use garbage bags.
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I take it that you used garbage bags to cover the seats for your own vehicles. Did you use duct tape or something like Liquid Nails to attach the garbage bags to the seats?
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Garbage bags would look better than the gay shit calson posted.
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So we have a some emasculated boys who think that bashing or referring to someone as gay makes them appear more masculine when it only makes them seem more juvenile. Sometimes it is better to keep your mouth shut and your fingers off the keyboard so people's suspicions are not confirmed when they think that you are an asshole. Truly pathetic.
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The OP asked about precision fit seat covers and you posted overpriced potato sacks. Sorry to hurt your feelers snowflake.
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So we have a some emasculated boys who think that bashing or referring to someone as gay makes them appear more masculine when it only makes them seem more juvenile. Sometimes it is better to keep your mouth shut and your fingers off the keyboard so people's suspicions are not confirmed when they think that you are an asshole. Truly pathetic.


I'm pretty sure most people (gay, hetero, bi, trans, and whatever other bullshit they call themselves nowadays) would agree that those look like shit. Maybe you're just upset that you overspent for seat covers that fit about as well as just draping an old blanket over them.

Lighten up Francis.


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I use duct tape. What kind of idiot uses liquid nails?
The bags have to be changed every other weekend.
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