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Looking for good seat covers #5591129 02/09/15 09:53 PM
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What do you guys recommend - have a GMC 2012 crew cab

Everything I see is very expensive....

Re: Looking for good seat covers [Re: Mook] #5591523 02/10/15 02:02 AM
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If you want good, you are gonna spend $$$


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I avoid Dick's and hope they fold.
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Check out my Headwaters...
Those set me back about $540


Originally Posted By: Chief Joe
I avoid Dick's and hope they fold.
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Marathon are what I have run on two of mine and they are holding up great after several years

I've just recently heard about the headwaters, but they look just like the Marathons do. From what i gather it is a guy that used to work at Marathon that started it. Dunno though.

Re: Looking for good seat covers [Re: Sprman] #5604116 02/17/15 03:46 PM
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Originally Posted By: Sprman

I've just recently heard about the headwaters, but they look just like the Marathons do. From what i gather it is a guy that used to work at Marathon that started it. Dunno though.


When I ordered mine, I spoke with Paul and he did used to work at Marathon. He tried to buy the company and they wouldnt sale it to him so he left and started HeadWaters. Small business that he runs along with his wife for the most part.


Originally Posted By: Chief Joe
I avoid Dick's and hope they fold.
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http://www.wetokole.com/

Have a set on mine and my wifes. They fit like a glove and will put up with all kinds of messes. Worth every penny



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