good luck with them... i had a set and couldnt get them to stop shifting/slipping. if you got time to read a few pages of the thread you can see some of the issues i had and maybe you can find a way to prevent it on yours.
i have your exact same set up, minus the bow ties. Mine never shift but I can never get the rear seats to really set. How did you get them looking so nice? I have worked the rears like ten times and they still pull apart at the corners by the doors.
But they are by far the best thing i ever put in. With two dogs it was impossible to clean the cloth. My passenger seat was actually turning brown.
thanks guys! Yeah the stock cloth is terrible and I love the Clazzios so far. Im not really sure, I just pulled the hell out of them until I could get all the velcro to grab. I also havent had anyone sit back there to see if they are all good.
I bought black pvc and installed it the mod way like the original poster around the center counsol. It works and looks great. Clean up is a breeze. I also have the full weathertech that goes from door to door on the front as well as the back and that is also really easy to keep clean. With all the stuff we do with our trucks i cant believe a full nylon floor isnt more prevelant. Although now that i know you can buy the rubber factory floor for like 350 im doing that next time.
+1^ Do it !!! what are you waiting for? jk but they are awesome covers and I would recommend them to anyone. I actually asked a friend what they thought of the seat covers and they said "what seat covers?" didn't even realize that it wasn't factory leather :lol:
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