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I am interested in buying some new seat covers for my 2013 tradesman cloth seats,something to help keep the seats in good shape.
Anyone recommend a set of seat covers that won’t cost an arm and a leg ?
 
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Also probably just going to buy seat covers for the front seats,nothing fancy just basic protection.
 

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I saw some Carhartt seat covers going for a great price, but I just checked and they are sold. You might want to check out their selection, they look very durable
 
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I went with the Rough Country neoprene seat covers in my truck. Had them for about 5 years, they fit great and still look new. Super happy with them and I think I only paid $200 for the front and rear set.
 

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Second the Carhartt! Have a set in both rams. They have held up fantastic in 7 years. Water beads and cleans easy. Throw them in the wash every couple years. Do NOT buy neoprene unless you like swamp A**.
 

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Thanks Everybody
 

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I installed the CalTrend brand, custom made in California and fit like a glove. Highly recommend them.
 

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I went with durafit seat covers... been over 2 years and holding up well and fit is perfect for my truck...
 

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Will these covers fit over the factory seats or do you need to remove the factory covers
If you are talking about my Coverking covers ?
You do not remove factory cover ! They slip on and stretch fit
Plenty of Videos on You Tube and on the Coverking site and I am sure other brands have videos..
Feel free to ask me any tricks I did on installing !
 

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If you are talking about my Coverking covers ?
You do not remove factory cover ! They slip on and stretch fit
Plenty of Videos on You Tube and on the Coverking site and I am sure other brands have videos..
Feel free to ask me any tricks I did on installing !
Thanks
My factory ones have been sewed in a few spots and would love to change looks.
Are the rears as easy to install as the fronts?
 

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My factory ones have been sewed in a few spots and would love to change looks.
Are the rears as easy to install as the fronts?
Yea the rear seat is easier to install IMO..
The front seat side can be a challenge to get the hook up strap though
BUT if you get a piece of wire you can fish through the tight sides then hook on to the strap and pull it down !
When you watch a video of the straps I am talking about I think it makes better sense and not just a Old Fart rambling lol
 

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Yea the rear seat is easier to install IMO..
The front seat side can be a challenge to get the hook up strap though
BUT if you get a piece of wire you can fish through the tight sides then hook on to the strap and pull it down !
When you watch a video of the straps I am talking about I think it makes better sense and not just a Old Fart rambling lol
Thanks for the tips
have a good one
 

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Thanks for the tips
have a good one
Your welcome, Again feel free to message me or e mail me ! Ill be more then happy to help. But front and back are fairly simple.. A second person to help is a plus but just a little longer by yourself !
 
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