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    What seat covers are people using in the their 4x4, Melville and Moon, Takla, Cheapie Macro/Game....?

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    I got very nice ones at the Midas in krugersdop , water proofe stain resistand , nice bags and clips on the whole toot ... Canvis tent tryp meterial

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    Midas and Makro have a really nice "offroad" type set with pockets etc Probably the same as what Rocky is referring to. Quite a few forum okes have them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vrod View Post
    What seat covers are people using in the their 4x4, Melville and Moon, Takla, Cheapie Macro/Game....?

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    Go chat to Robin at Echo 4x4 (or stockman here on the forum), he stocks Escape International seat covers.

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    I use Makro specials (Stingray is the brand name). At the time they only had front seat covers but now they have rear seat covers as well. More expensive option is Uthuli in Randburg (about half the price of Melville Takla etc).

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    Also try Jackalberry Canvas, they are in Honeydew Roodepoort!

    The make nice travel bags (tog bags) and those bags with the many pockets that you put behind the back seat in a DC. Very nice products and a lot cheaper that the rest. 082 657 1280

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spike View Post
    Midas and Makro have a really nice "offroad" type set with pockets etc Probably the same as what Rocky is referring to. Quite a few forum okes have them.
    I also bought myself a set of front covers like those, also for R299, but at Outdoor Warehouse. They work very well for me, although I had to modify the string that keeps the seat in place, because it was too short. Have been meaning to thank Spike for the recommendation, but forgot. Thank you, Spike...

    I've even seen them advertised at Game recently for R249, grrr...!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spike View Post
    Midas and Makro have a really nice "offroad" type set with pockets etc Probably the same as what Rocky is referring to. Quite a few forum okes have them.

    I have some of them in my 2700i.

    Had to cut them in half, put on some tie lines, take the seats out and then fit them.
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    Thanks for the info, will check out Macro and Echo.....

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