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Wet Okole Seat Covers with Husky Liners

New to forum and just installed Wet Okole seat covers front and back seat, with Husky floor liners. Next project will be to improve my MPG.





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Cool, didn't know Wet Okole was making seat covers for the XK.

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Those look very nice.



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Looking good. I didn't know about Wet Okole so I checked out their website. Do you think they would hold up to a dog like a lab?

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Nice! I like how your wheels look too... what size/brand/tire/tire size are they?
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Looking good. I didn't know about Wet Okole so I checked out their website. Do you think they would hold up to a dog like a lab?
They should, they're made of wetsuit grade neoprene. I'm thinking about them for skiing & camping dirt, much better than the canvas ones I have now & waterproof!

They are pricey, though: $255 for fronts, $269 for the rears. These are now also on my wish list.

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I would go with a darker color for the middle section tho, I went with grey, and its pretty light. The only bad thing is when cleaning them, they require a specail cleaner that you have to buy from Wet Okole. Other then that im impressed with them.
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Nice! I like how your wheels look too... what size/brand/tire/tire size are they?
Thanks, The rims 20 Inch RPM Wheels M-511 SUV with 295/45R-20 Toyo Proxes tires.
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Those look great! Did you do the 2nd row, too?

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where did you purchase your liners
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