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 Posted: Fri Apr 6th, 2018 05:03 pm
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Anyone have any experience with Ruff Tuff seat covers, in particular the durability of them? I have been looking at Carharrt mainly because I want something durable and was disappointed as it seems as though they only have them in 60/40 configuration for my Ranger, I would need 50/50 bucket seats. Then I looked at Coverking Ballistic tactical, but heard some bad reviews about the quality and the company as a whole, customer service was poor etc. Then I have just stumbled upon Ruff Tuff seat covers, I can get them in a  black Endura Fabric, with a Kryptec Typhon center insert, and an optional tactical package, which looks to be very nice and has Molle strips and pouches for storage. Apparently they make seat covers for Cabela\'s, they are not cheap but they seem to fit very well, and if the durability is there, they seem perfect for me and my lifestyle, I like the storage for tools and gear etc, and I like to shooting, a couple of pics I found, very similar to what I would get.



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Sounds like you sold yourself, do a box opening, install write up, and first impressions review with maybe a 60 and 180 day follow up reviews



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 Posted: Fri Apr 6th, 2018 07:35 pm
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Undrstm8ed wrote:
Sounds like you sold yourself, do a box opening, install write up, and first impressions review with maybe a 60 and 180 day follow up reviews
Yeah, you are correct, I have pretty much sold myself, I was hoping maybe a Ranger owner had some feedback, and maybe a pic of what they look like in a Ranger. I will take a look at my funds after next payday and see if I can pull the trigger, and then I will definitely post up some pics and my thoughts on them. Another thing I like is they are made in the USA, Ruff Tuff is based in Utah.



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smcasey88 wrote:
Undrstm8ed wrote:

Sounds like you sold yourself, do a box opening, install write up, and first impressions review with maybe a 60 and 180 day follow up reviews
Yeah, you are correct, I have pretty much sold myself, I was hoping maybe a Ranger owner had some feedback, and maybe a pic of what they look like in a Ranger. I will take a look at my funds after next payday and see if I can pull the trigger, and then I will definitely post up some pics and my thoughts on them. Another thing I like is they are made in the USA, Ruff Tuff is based in Utah.

I hear ya.. sometimes ya got to lead the pack.  ;)



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