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2012 Toyota Tacoma Tactical Seat Covers

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Coverking Tactical Ballistic Canvas Seat Covers Reviews


bad ass

Reviewed By Cody M (Santa Cruz, CA) Reviewed for a 2000 Toyota Tacoma —8/26/2016 11:12 AM

The ballistic material is great. The covers could be a little more snug but overall they fit well. I'm sure my seats are a little sof and worn with 260k+ on the truck. Some of the stitching of the Velcro tabs on the head rests looked a little rushed but so far they feel like they will last. They even included 3 different pairs of head rest covers for different styles to choose, not sure if that was intentional or not but it's great to have options. I would buy these again.

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Front covers

Reviewed By David T (Porterville, CA) Reviewed for a 2016 Toyota Tacoma —3/14/2016 5:19 PM

Look great, and wearing really well so far. Holding up to sand, mud, kids and dogs. Very easy to install overall except for the inside seat hooks which require magic/the Force/minibots or just taking the seats out. Watch the video first, even though dated, still works. Except for inside seat hooks of course. I don't have an answer for those. The webbing is too low on the back and not up high like the pics, a small bummer. Krytek camo pattern is cool, used it in the Army. Good 'ol days!

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Two Month Review

Reviewed By Dwayne M (Alderson, WV) Reviewed for a 2016 Chevy Colorado —6/2/2017 8:20 AM

Installation was pretty easy, but takes time. A plastic tool is included to aid installation, a tag is on the bottom of each cover showing which is the left/right side. If you have power or heated seats, you have to consider how to route the straps to avoid contact with the wires. The covers don't fight super tight, but they do stay in place once properly adjusted and have minimal "puckering". Protection and some storage space was my main concern. I would recommend these covers.

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