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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 02-10-2008, 11:08 PM Thread Starter
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seat covers...???

i've got the '06 LS model cobalt, and the seats are light gray. i want to cover the front and the back for summer before people sit in 'em, but idk where to find decent seat covers for both the front and back seats. any suggestions on where to look? it would be appreciated, thanks! ;)

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help!

Does any one know how to clean the cloth seats? or what to use? i dont want to ruin them but my friend spilled a drink all over the seat and it kind of stained so does anyone have any suggestions?
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i've got the '06 LS model cobalt, and the seats are light gray. i want to cover the front and the back for summer before people sit in 'em, but idk where to find decent seat covers for both the front and back seats. any suggestions on where to look? it would be appreciated, thanks! ;)
look around, you dont want the liquidation specials, but there are some pretty sweet deals on that stuff out there

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Does any one know how to clean the cloth seats? or what to use? i dont want to ruin them but my friend spilled a drink all over the seat and it kind of stained so does anyone have any suggestions?
my suggestion, i use an oxi-clean type of product, and it worked fantastic at getting grease out of my tan headliner
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grease out of my tan headliner
Do I even want to ask how that happens?
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Do I even want to ask how that happens?
i work as a mechanic full time, and wear a ball cap, can ya put two and two together????

Grease from motor + ball cap + head hitting roof of car = grease on headliner
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What are you, 6'8"?

lol... I was just joshing...
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What are you, 6'8"?

lol... I was just joshing...
6'5, actually
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6'5, actually
Wow, really? I'm 6'2"ish and I don't even come close to hitting the headliner. You must keep your seat pumped up?

As far as seat covers I got my from ebay, both front and back, the back seat covers are ok but the fronts are horrible. They don't fit and the headrest covers are the complete wrong size. Over all I was very unhappy with that purchase.
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Wow, really? I'm 6'2"ish and I don't even come close to hitting the headliner. You must keep your seat pumped up?

As far as seat covers I got my from ebay, both front and back, the back seat covers are ok but the fronts are horrible. They don't fit and the headrest covers are the complete wrong size. Over all I was very unhappy with that purchase.
seat is pumped down, slid all the way back, and tilted

It's the fact it's a 2 door, the headroom is a little less
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seat is pumped down, slid all the way back, and tilted

It's the fact it's a 2 door, the headroom is a little less
I gues those couple of inches do make the difference, I do the same in mine and it's only a coupe too...
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