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Old 03-31-2011, 07:50 AM
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My covers could probably stand to be tightened a little, I just haven't had the time to sit down and carefully do it. I don't put my back seats up and down often but when I was loading some luggage in the back seat a couple weekends ago it wasn't a problem at all. Once you lift the back seats and put them back down you'll have to pull the seat belt things back through the holes but that doesn't take more than half a minute.
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Ordered mine in solid Black today for the front seats only since it's once a blue moon anyone rides in the back seats and I allow nothing but bottled water in the car.
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Old 05-09-2011, 07:03 PM
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Mine arrived today today.

Chance of my hands reaching/fitting under the seats 0.00% So I unbolted the seats. Installation was not bad (except around the drivers arm rest) ;-7 and took about an hour. They look very nice and appear to be very high quality.
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Dikaryon- thanks! I am happy with the color--if they had offered purple centers..I might have gone with that
Offers purple centers, mine are on the way.

Anyone install the Okole seat covers and have any tips?
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Old 06-21-2011, 11:37 AM
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The Coverkings were about as easy to install as the inexpensive ones they sell at Auto stores, Target/Kmart. I would assume the Okole are similar-- you just need to get under the seats to secure them. One advantage if you have small hands.
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Cool They went on pretty easy...

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The Coverkings were about as easy to install as the inexpensive ones they sell at Auto stores, Target/Kmart. I would assume the Okole are similar-- you just need to get under the seats to secure them. One advantage if you have small hands.
Except for the side to side straps on the bottom of the seats. You have to remove the clasp to feed through just the strap (back by the lever) thenre-attach the clasp and clip to the clasp from the other side. I have mine fed through, but not clipped yet...

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Old 06-27-2011, 09:45 PM
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Look pretty good did you get the back seat ones too?
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Old 07-03-2011, 09:28 AM
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Keith looks like you could tuck the sides of the front bottom over the material and the plastic edge--I needed to do that with the Coverkings to make them fit more snug. I just crammed whatever extra material there was into the plastic edge
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Are the neoprene covers extremely hot? Has anyone tried the new NeoSupreme covers, which are lighter?
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Old 10-19-2011, 11:22 AM
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Default Costco Annual Sale on Coverking Neoprene Seat covers

No they are not hot- they are really temperature neutral- same as the original fabric seats.

FYI Costco is having their annual sale again on the Coverking Neoprene $160 per row. It is well worth the $50 membership fee if you are not a Costco Member.

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