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Old 10-04-2003, 02:54 PM   #1
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I want to get some seat covers for my 93' but I don't know what size/kind to get because it has the big drivers seat and the little passenger seat, and in the back seat it has the trunk opening. What size/kind of seat cover do I need to buy
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Well, it'* called a Split Bench for the front. Good luck with the back, though. I've never seen rear seat covers, much less any that will allow for the pass through.

J C Whitney used to be a pretty good source for this stuff. www.jcwhitneyusa.com I think

Someone else will probably know some other and probably better places to look.
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I'd like to bring this back to the top again. Has anyone been succesful in finding some good seat covers for the bucket seats in a '92-'99?

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No I havent seen any either I think you'll have to go custom for some?
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I just did seat covers for my back, i needed two sets cuz the placements of the seat belts made it so i had to cut the fabric to get it to work right. Instead i just got two identicle covers. I shopped around everywhere for covers, Walmart, autozone, pepboys, kragen. They all sell the same stuff. For your application, rear with center thingy, you have to look up the style code (seat style) in the manufactuer book they have in the store and then order it, that basically makes it a custom order ie expensive. I bought two "Truck Bench Seat Cover"* each about 45 bucks from walmart. The truck bench cover and our back seat are both about the same length, 56 inches.
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