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  1. I had some GM points I needed to use and I have a dog that travels with me. I used the points for the Aries XL seat cover for the back seat. The cover is not like any other cover I have used, they kind of suck and don’t fit right. It has a full length Velcro strip along the top edge that fits over all 3 head rests and Velcro slot for the seat belts, it is very heavy and the back is rubberized to be waterproof. Best seat cover I have seen and this is my fourth one. I just locked the seat belts in place to secure it. Not bad for free, they are about $80 on Amazon.
  2. Hey I'm looking to get some durable seat covers that can wash well and stay put(without sliding around). Durability is key because I have a BIG (125lb) Dog and being a Newfy/Pyrenees mix he drools a ton all over so I'm looking to get some good seat covers. (and yea i ordered those pet covers for the rear bench seats but I'd still like some cool seat covers)
  3. I have a crew cab 2017 with the 60/40 rear bench seat and am wondering if anyone can recommend a decent but inexpensive (under $100) rear seat cover. I can't find any universals that look truly capable of handling the 60/40 split and staying in place on the back of the seat and all the custom fit I've found are $200+
  4. Hi all! I installed some seat covers on my '14 Silverado. Check out the guide and review - I'll be posting long term updates regarding how well these covers hold up.
  5. Reviewed: Canine Covers Custom Rear & CoverAll Seat Protection By: Zane & Josh Merva GM-Trucks.com Copyright 2015 Products Canine Covers Website Canine Covers Custom Rear Seat Cover: $366 Canine Covers CoverAll Seat Protector: $114 Tested On 2011 GMC Sierra Extended Cab Introduction The ability to bring your best friend along with you in your truck is priceless. However, every dog owner knows that our four legged friends make a mess wherever they go. Our dogs, Tucker and Sam, love hiking in the woods and always get muddy in the process. It’s been a battle to keep the back seat of our Sierra clean. Our first solution was to lay down a combination of old rugs and towels to protect the leather seats. No matter how many we used they never stayed in place and dirt always made its way onto the seat. We obsess over keeping our Sierra’s interior clean, so eventually we had had enough. Wet seats every time we took the dogs hiking wasn’t an option anymore. We knew there had to be a better way of keeping our truck like new without leaving our dogs at home. Thankfully we found Canine Covers. They produce custom fit padded seat covers for dog owners. Canine Covers offers a selection of choices for dog owners to protect their vehicle. We were interested in a full seat cover that protects the rear seat bottom and back. Canine Covers does that one better and offers a custom fit rear seat cover and an optional extension that protects the floor and front seat-backs. Installation The Canine Covers Custom Rear / CoverAll products were custom made to fit our 2011 GMC Sierra Extended cab. Installing and using the covers is straightforward. The seat covers attach around the rear seats and utilize velcro and foam anchors to stay in place. The CoverAll attaches around the front seat headrests and also uses foam anchors that when stuffed into the front seat storage pockets keep everything in place. The first time installing the covers was intuitive and took only a couple minutes. After we became more familiar with the product, we could install or remove the cover in under one minute. First Impressions Before we even loaded the dogs up for the first time, it was obvious our Canine Cover was a superior solution to towels and rugs. The entire seat bottom and back is now fully covered and protected. The Custom Rear cover is snug and covers every inch of the rear seat that our dogs can touch. The Polycotton fabric is tough and waterproof but still comfortable. The underside is rubberized so the cover won’t slip. Even Tucker’s powerful jump into the extended cab doesn't move the cover out of place. We really like that the cover is padded, making any trip in the rear seat very comfortable for our dogs or for passengers. We really appreciated that the Custom Rear cover has velcro flaps that allow normal usage of the seat-belts without removing the entire cover. A 60/40 velcro split also means you can flip up one side of your seat and keep the other side covered. The CoverAll isnt required, but is an added layer of protection. Where the seat cover stops, the coverall picks up covering the floor and the seat backs. It also partially acts as a barrier keeping the dogs from coming into the front compartment. While it would never stop a dog in an accident it did keep them contained through braking and turns. Conclusion We’ve been using the Canine Covers for a few months now and we’re impressed. The two covers have been a lifesaver to our Sierra’s interior over the wet fall and slushy cold winter. Even through spring mud season, our leather seats will stay good as new. Not a drop of moisture or speck of dirt has touched our Sierra’s leather since our Canine Covers were installed. Maintenance of our covers have been easy. Whenever we see dirt, hair, or grime building up we knock the cover out in our driveway. When it got too dirty we ran it through the washer. Today, after much use and a few wash cycles, our Canine Covers still looks brand new, and so do our rear seats. Spending $500 on seat protectors is a serious purchase but cheaper than the long term damage of hauling around wet dogs. Canine Covers offers Semi-Custom and Economy covers for those on a budget. Dogs love trucks! With Canine Covers, trucks can finally love dogs. Canine Covers is a subsidiary of Covercraft, one of the worlds largest Car Cover manufacturers. Editor's Note: This product was provided at no cost for the purposes of a review. We only publish our honest opinions and give no consideration for the gratis product.
  6. Is the leather seat worn and torn in your 1998 or 1999 Chevrolet, GMC or Cadillac Pick-up Truck, Yukon, Tahoe or Escalade? I have a gray color, used drivers side seat cover, in really good condition! This is a HEATED seat cover, which includes the heating element. This is an OEM GM part; the drivers bottom seat cover. $250 (free shipping in the USA) I replaced this seat cover with a new one because my heated seat quit working and I thought it was the element, so I replaced the seat cover (which contains the element) but it turned out to be a relay/module instead. Bummer, eh? For me, yeah, but for you it means a great deal on a *heated* seat cover in really good shape!
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