f350 crew cab
Reviewed By Cowan L (selma, OR) Reviewed for a 1996 Ford F-350 —10/21/2014 10:31 AM
Some straps weren't quite the right length. I had to use cord to weave between straps to hold them tight. I didn't use the upper part of the center console on the front seat because the fit was a little loose around the roll top tray and cup holders. I feel that $150 a row is a little expensive. Will know better of the quality after having them in use for a longer period of time.
Sadddleman Saddle Blanket Seat Covers for my Avalanche
Reviewed By Clara b B (ABBEVILLE, LA) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Avalanche —10/19/2014 4:53 PM
Well I just changed the seat covers and really like these Saddleman ones. They look like they will be very durable. I get dirty at work and don't want to mess up the original seat covers so that's why I use seat covers. I like the color and material. The only problems were that the hooks they sent weren't easy to put on so I really didn't use them. They weren't easy to install like the previous ones I had but they look nice. I would recommend them.
Lots of trouble installing - - - - -!
Reviewed By Mary G (Vista, CA) —10/11/2014 3:22 PM
Hi Guys, frist off I'll mention I was very pleased with the craftsman ship and fit of these set covers on our 1989 Toyota truck. That's where it ended, per the installation. The instructions were way wrong illustrated and there was no S hooks as mentioned, only a small bag of single eye-angle type wrong hooks (see attach). As for the velcro attached to the strips, there was none. The strips were 3/4" elastic bands with no hooks attached like in the instruction images. Thus, I had to bend open the eye loop end of the package hooks to attach through the elastic ends and bend round the angle ends to attach tight the back and under the seat itself. This was all done after I had removed the seat from the truck to have access to complete the install. Of all the times, I've ever installed covers this was very major disappointment.