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What's everyone using for a rear bench seat cover?
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whatcha keepin' back there ? Gators, dogs, poached animal carcasses ?

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GT Covers is what I'm using on the leather seats in my Bronco and my F250. Great fit and different materials and colors to choose from. I like the microfiber. Can be a little expensive though.

http://www.gtcovers.com
 

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Last time I looked, the rear seat in my 87 was covered with mold
 

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worse, my 5 yr old and 8 yr old sons who can destroy anything. The bench leather is in ok shape. No rips or tears but its cracked pretty good and I want to put something over it to protect it. To reupholster it or put a decent cover on it is expensive so I was hoping there was an inexpensive company people knew about.
 

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I've taken the rear seats out of both my Bronco's. They are a catch all, and I need the space for hauling my R/C boats to the lake. The latest, my 93 had a Tan leather cover on it. The 88 had Tan velour for what it's worth... Brian
 

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moved - not tech
 
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