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Old 02-01-2016, 05:48 AM   #1
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fitted rear seat cover

I have searched for answers for a rear seat cover for 2014 Ti HB. Don't need anything fancy but need the cover to allow the 60/40 back and bottom to work. I got a new dog that I have to harness and the setup uses 2 of the shoulder belts, either the 2 outboard or the outboard and middle if I'm carrying someone in the back. I also frequently fold the 40 side down(seat bottom flipped forward) to carry stuff. I did email a few cover companies but they have not gotten back to me. So, I am wondering if anyone has any suggestions. Thanks.


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Old 02-01-2016, 05:52 AM   #2
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My brother uses a heavy blanket in the back of his truck, makes it easier to remove & clean the dog hair off, then a seat cover.
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Try eBay.
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I also use a blanket and it works fine in protecting my seats. Try ebay. Lots of dog seat covers including hammock style ones.
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