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Old 11-13-2013, 07:34 PM
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Just got my Neopreme Seat Covers

Ordered these a few weeks ago and they just came in today.. They fit perfect! I highly recommend www.shearcomfort.com

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Dam those covers look great!!
 
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Yeah they do! They actually look OEM! It's like "I can't believe it's not butter", but for seat covers! Or something like that.... LOL
 

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Nice!
 
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Those look pretty good. Most covers look cheap and oversized. Looks just as good as my Wet Okoles
 
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Those look like the fit extremely well. They are just the slip-over style, right? They look like full-replacements for the actual seat covers.

Price is pretty good too for how tight those look
 

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Originally Posted by Shanks12 View Post
Those look pretty good. Most covers look cheap and oversized. Looks just as good as my Wet Okoles
I'm very happy with them, my last set of custom covers were not even close to these, They would slide around and wrinkle up. I looked at the Wet Okoles and these are the same fabric but were around $125.00 less plus shipping for the wet okoles.

The only difference i could tell in these compared to the wet okole's are the warranty, These are only 1 year where as the wet okoles are lifetime warranty. I read all the reviews on these shear comforts and decided i wasnt going to worry about the warranty since they seem to hold up great according to all the reviews.

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Those look like the fit extremely well. They are just the slip-over style, right? They look like full-replacements for the actual seat covers.

Price is pretty good too for how tight those look
They are the slip on covers, took me about 3 hours to get both front and back sets on, after a few curse words during the install they were finally done . Ive already had 2 people see these in my truck and they couldn't believe they were just covers, they thought it was done at a upholstery place.
 
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Originally Posted by KingRanchCoy View Post
I'm very happy with them, my last set of custom covers were not even close to these, They would slide around and wrinkle up. I looked at the Wet Okoles and these are the same fabric but were around $125.00 less plus shipping for the wet okoles.

The only difference i could tell in these compared to the wet okole's are the warranty, These are only 1 year where as the wet okoles are lifetime warranty. I read all the reviews on these shear comforts and decided i wasnt going to worry about the warranty since they seem to hold up great according to all the reviews.



They are the slip on covers, took me about 3 hours to get both front and back sets on, after a few curse words during the install they were finally done . Ive already had 2 people see these in my truck and they couldn't believe they were just covers, they thought it was done at a upholstery place.
Haha.. I took me longer than that just to get the back seat out.. That was a MAJOR PITA

But yeah I don't blame you, if the reviews are good and say they will last then you should be good.
 
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Haha.. I took me longer than that just to get the back seat out.. That was a MAJOR PITA

But yeah I don't blame you, if the reviews are good and say they will last then you should be good.
I was pretty lucky on the back seat of mine, i was able to pull that pin to release the seat back.. Otherwise it was going to be hell.
 
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Coy how are these working out? I'm looking at eventually getting a set in a few months. Doing some research now.
 
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Coy how are these working out? I'm looking at eventually getting a set in a few months. Doing some research now.
They are doing great, No problems what so ever. Still nice and tight, Look New Still and dont slide around at all..
 
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Do these allow for the side air bags to do their thing? Seat AC?
 

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Do these allow for the side air bags to do their thing? Seat AC?
Yes, they have the option when you order for side air bags. Not sure about the Heated and cooled seats.. You can email them and ask, they are fast at responding.
 
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They are doing great, No problems what so ever. Still nice and tight, Look New Still and dont slide around at all..
Forgot to respond.. glad to hear, thanks Coy!
 
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I just wanted to add a little info to this post if Coy does not mind. I have the Tan interior on my '04 And it stains so easily. My seats all look new (minus a few water spots that appear when you look at them the wrong way lol) except my drivers seat. I eventually will replace the foam but it annoys me and I wanted to add a little flare to the inside. I researched Wet Okle's, the ones Coy got, and a few others. I found a nice Black and Tan NeoSupreme set by CoverKing on Amazon for $140. They are NeoSupreme as are these Shear Comforts. That's why these cost so much less. They are NOT fully waterproof. It's a bit confusing at first, but that is the reason the Wet Okle's cost so much.

From Shear Comfort's website
Shear Comfort Neo-Supreme Seat Covers are made in the USA from a high wear, UV-protected neoprene style material. They offer superb protection for your original seats.
Seeing numerous people get this fabric and have positive results is why I chose to do what I did and obviously Coy is having similar results (despite a different brand). I didn't see the point in paying nearly 600-800 bucks on seat covers. That's almost Katzkin cost right there. Hope that helps anyone... for the price, I think covers like this seem like a great compromise on quality and price.
 

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