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post #1 of 54 (permalink) Old 05-06-2012, 05:20 AM Thread Starter
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Coverking Tactical Seat Covers -M.O.L.L.E./ Ballistic

http://www.flickr.com/photos/79806409@N07/?saved=1
http://gunsandtactics.com/coverkings...m_medium=email
http://www.autoaccessoriesgarage.com...al-Seat-Covers

Once I found out that Coverking was making these I purchased a set for my X and have had them on for about three weeks now. I am very happy with initial fit, constuction & matterials used. The pouches that it came with are also of the same quality.
The added benefit of being able to attach any of my current M.O.L.L.E. gear or velcro items is outstanding.(velcro is under the PALS webbing about 2/3 the way down the back of seat covers)
Thus far I would give them 5 Stars – the only thing that could change that would be if the durability of the covers fails in the near future. (In my pics on the first link the seat covers appear more wrinkled because of cammera flash than they do in normal lighting to the eye)

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post #2 of 54 (permalink) Old 05-06-2012, 07:55 AM
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Very cool. I wish these were out when I bought mine a year ago.
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whats the material on the seat like? it looks like it would be a slippery material, but it could be the flash
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ummm, hell yes!

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whats the material on the seat like? it looks like it would be a slippery material, but it could be the flash
Every one of these Molle front seat covers is made of Coverking's patented Cordura Ballistic fiber, a polycotton blend three times as strong as similar Cordura materials. Custom-made to provide tight protection for your factory seats, these versatile Molle-backed seat covers are also made in the USA, guaranteeing quality construction.

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I want these really bad. But with a 5y/o and a new baby coming next week that ain't happening. These new car seat bases are huge. I had to push the passenger seat way up to fit it in my Pilot. Very little room up front and none behind the seat. Haven't seen how far up I have to go with the Xterra.
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this will be a post-Moab purchase for me. After all my repairs.

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Fit looks very loose and wrinkly.
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Looks like I'll be dusting off the speed threader.
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