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09-14-2009 03:21 PM
KBR97 i remember a few guys commenting about the bestop covers saying that they really liked them and they didnt soak up water like other covers. And they fit nice too. Once I have some money to spare I'm gonna get a set in black.


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09-14-2009 01:09 PM
Thaskateguy Amazon.com: Auto Expressions X-Line Black/Grey Universal-Fit Front Seat Cover: Automotive I have these, as does My Son, in his Xtera. They are full of zippered pockets, and strapped and buckled pouches on the backs. Can carry lots of stuff, we should leave at home, but must have. Good quality Ballistic Nylon. and the Lacing on both sides, let you fit them to the seat. I paid more for mine, at Auto Zone.
09-13-2009 10:03 PM
ridingonwheels I have the Rampage front and back seat covers in the Polycanvas material, they are great, they do soak in the water but dry quickly, comfy to sit on and some good pockets. I'm sure they are not as good as the bestop but a good value.

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09-13-2009 12:34 PM
fredw68 Thanks for the replys. Any opinions on the Bestop seat covers?
09-13-2009 12:26 PM
KBR97 I have some old neoprenes that are ripped and Im probably gonna replace them with the seatcovers from besttop.

09-13-2009 12:21 PM
birdhunter No
Skip the Neoprene
they are tough, easy to clean but hold water
hold heat
Ever heard of swamp ASS
09-13-2009 11:59 AM
SoCal147 Neoprene smells bad. When I had wet suits, I needed to leave them outside.
09-13-2009 11:40 AM
minderbinder3 I know somebody that bought them in black and the sun faded them badly in just a few weeks.
09-13-2009 10:20 AM
fredw68
Smittybuilt Neoprene Seat Covers or not?

Has anyone bought the Smittybuilt Neoprene seat covers? I am in need of seat covers and was wondering how they are? Quality, fit, durability? Right now they are on sale but I dont want to buy junk. Any thoughts or other suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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