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I need a rear seat cover for my lariat, I need to put a child seat in and protect the seat from the dog. Any recommendations?
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+1 for 4knines covers. They split so you can lift up the bases of the seats separately and have a middle cutout for the armrest cup holder. Great protection from 2 and 4 legged mess makers
 

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I have the Rough Country covers for my rear only. I don't want the car seats digging in and someday I may let them eat in there.

They're a good 1/4" thick, neopryne? Or however that's spelled. It's like scuba suit material.

They're pretty tight fitting, black and no logos. Not bad for $99.
 

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+1 for Weathertech. The door protectors are nice as well. Second vehicle I've used these in.
I'm assuming you used these door protectors in an F150? What year F150? There are two sizes. Did you use the 22x18 or 26x18?

I have a MY22. I measured my window and it is right at 26", but the rear 4" curves up. The flat part of the door is 22". I'm thinking the 22"one would be best for the REAR doors. Your thoughts?
 

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I'm assuming you used these door protectors in an F150? What year F150? There are two sizes. Did you use the 22x18 or 26x18?

I have a MY22. I measured my window and it is right at 26", but the rear 4" curves up. The flat part of the door is 22". I'm thinking the 22"one would be best for the REAR doors. Your thoughts?
I did go with the 22” because of the curve and don’t think 26” would sit right. Another tip, on my previous truck I marked then melted a small hole where the door lock pops up -hot screw driver or soldering iron. Helps keep it in place.
Ford F-150 Rear seat cover for screw ADB626DB-A1CB-4252-802B-075323FCAE3D
 

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These won't damage the window seal or anything over time?
 

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These won't damage the window seal or anything over time?
I never had an issue on my previous vehicle. It's interior so no effect of weather seal if thats what you mean. The only potential issue I could see is if you aftermarket tint the already smoked glass - could maybe mar the film, but no first hand experience.
 
 




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