Seat covers

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    Hi Hollyberry
    They look ideal, but to know for sure, what van do you have?
     
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    I had a car set from lidl in the last van just used the front ones they were nylon waterproof but they usually only have them once or twice a year
     
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    Mmm they will fit Ive no dought, and they will do the job no problem, but Ill bet you they won't fit as well as they say, but the ones on my van, which has the same cab as yours, are just plain water and stainproof ones that are easy on, easy off, just make sure they are breathable otherwise you can get a bit sweaty:thumb:
     
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    the seller states......

    Please do not compare with universal fit baggy nylon seat covers.

    but they dont state what vehicle they are for so the are a universal fit baggy seat cover in a better fabric :Doh:
     
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    Thanks. Saw some nylon type ones online but could imagine they'd feel a bit grim on a warm day! This seller on Ebay mails to France too. Haven't seen any in Lidl or Aldi here for a while but will have a look in them.

    Thanks for your help.
     
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