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#12502884 - 11/14/17 03:47 AM Re: Seat cover for truck [Re: Stump jumper]
Larry M Online   content

Registered: 03/02/16
Posts: 56
Loc: Karnes City, TX
Originally Posted By: Stump jumper
Originally Posted By: Larry M
I have a set of Clazzio in our daily driver Honda they are now 6 years old and look as good as new. Well worth the money and the fit is exact and look like factory seats.
I installed my fronts on Sunday. They are Clazzio's. Clazzio guy made me a great deal on a custom set with the TRD logos on the headrests. Front headrest were tough because of the shape.

Looks factory to me good job.
The guy that owns Clazzio knows what he is doing and the fit and quality are just spot on. In my opinion Clazzios are among the best upgrades Ive done to vehicles.
Better to chase some Dreams then to Die wondering!
Larry M.

#12503383 - 11/14/17 12:53 PM Re: Seat cover for truck [Re: gander]
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Registered: 04/19/04
Posts: 7594
Loc: Rockwall
Originally Posted By: gander
Sj those look great.I have had my eyes on Clazzio for a while now.I have 2013 CM LTD and was just going to do the front seats and match leather color the best I can.How big of a PITA were those to put on.You mentioned the headrest being a pain how about the rest.
the rest was not bad at all. I recommend pulling the back seats out since Toyota decided not to give us a fold down back. Not sure how you would do the back seats without pulling. The CMs are easy but have heard the DCs are harder. 4 bolts on each seat bottom and done. It helps to have 2 people to get the larger piece back in the cab. put the covers in the sun to heat them up and whatever you do do not try to heat them up in a dryer even on lowest setting.

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