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    Senior Member DEN/TRU/CRU's Avatar
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    Marathon! Fit like a glove.
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    Hatchie Bottoms are very close to the Marthons I have owned, and are a good deal. Either one will do a fine job for you.
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    Marathon, no doubt......Single Cab Truck....2 hunting labs.......8 years.....Dont own a Kennel.....Took em off once and the seats made the rest of the truck look old......nuff said !
    I dont think my dog cares if its a hunt test or not...I do think it bothers him that the limit seems to drop so low??

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    Try these guys as well. Made in Mississippi. Great product. I've had 2 sets and the quality and fit are really, really nice. They also have solid colors as well.

    http://www.camotruckseats.com
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    Wet okole by far!

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    Marathon covers are great... I also use the Mud River cover over the Marathons in the back seat to keep the Marathon clean. It is nice because you can just take it out and spray it off or throw it into the washer.
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    I think I like the mud river and the Solvit covers. That way I can throw them over and with swapping trucks as much as I do wont have to get one fit for a certain truck. Drive a dodge truck now but have a suburban as a river and hunting rig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boyetthunter View Post
    Wet okole by far!
    I second Wet Okole neoprene seat covers http://www.wetokole.com/ We have been using them for over ten years. They also have made us matching custom covers for the center console.

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    I have wet okole on mine. Like them a lot but they ain't cheap
    Mike Oppegaard

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    Another vote for Marathon. I have had mine for almost 7yrs. and those babies are tough as nails and waterproof and puncture proof to boot. Between working in the trades and having wet/muddy dogs in my truck they have literally been run through the mill and still look great. Very easy to take care of as well. They also make the center counsel covers and headrest covers to match whatever color/camo pattern you may want.
    Last edited by RJW; 03-26-2013 at 07:26 PM.

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