Reviewed By claiborne r (Hopewell, VA) Reviewed for a 1996 Toyota Tacoma —6/21/2017 6:11 AM
ProZLeatherete Seatcovers are fair fit a little large for my Toyota but should keep my seats clean
Reviewed By stephen f (Pflugerville, TX) Reviewed for a 2008 Ford F-150 —6/20/2017 7:42 PM
First off, it was not a simple slip on cover; these girls fit tight and require some attention. I bought covers to cover both front and back seats of the crew cab. My suggestions is to remove as much of the seat prior to application as possible. Really it all looked good except for the critique I have for the front center seat, flip up/down jump seat with cup holders. Coverking cuts a slit in the cover to help it "hold" in place except it looks like a tear. If they had sewn a seam it would help.
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