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    Trimmable ClimaProof Non-Slip Rubber Floor Mats With Footprint Design - Full Set Red

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    Kay P.
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    Can????????? get the butterfly pieces to stay tucked in but otherwise good

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    Mike B.
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    Happy I visited your website and bought direct! Thank you for the Lawn mower cover. This is my 4th set of FH Group seat covers, so that is a testament for how good I feel they are. Well worth the cost. Gold badge covers in Volvo V70, Azera, Mazda5 (fronts on both rows) and this particular cover on Sienna (fronts on both rows). Black/gray is very good match with the black/gray interior trim. Test fitted Gen2 Tundra, did not fit, but not what I bought them for.

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    FX1
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    FH Group Tour19 Faux Leather 3D mesh 47 - inch. X 23 - inch by 1 - inch seat cushions are two front bucket seat and headrest covers. The faux leather is attractive, good workmanship and the PU material is soft and nicely done. It fit my 2019 Subaru Impreza Hatchback. The installation was different in that they don't use connecting straps to hold the seat and back parts together, but clips. It took a bit of time to figure it out. They do provide an instruction sheet and there is a generic video on their website that is worth watching; although, it's for their earlier strap and buckle version. It would have been better if the video covered the newest product. As explained and understand it, the back goes on first after removing the headrest, but with such a wide opening on the top, may not be necessary. Once it slips over the headrest, a zipper and Velcro closes the top opening. Then the seat is put in place and the elastic loops on both parts are connected. This is where the plastic clip is used, elastic loops pulled between the bucket seat crack to the back and attached with two clips. The elastic strap keeps it tight and together. The seat front is secured with another different clip, a metal one. They go on more elastic straps on the front of the seat and the hook ones this time attach securely underneath the bottom front to whatever can be secured. I was unfamiliarity with the seats mechanics so had to figure that out, hadn't worked on the seat before. All went well, just a bunch of elastic straps to loosen. Had never touched the headrest so took a bit to remove it and the video they provided help there after trying on my own. It all eventually went fine, and was more me understanding my car's front seat mechanism. I like the covers, not as totally satisfied with the headrest open design. Would have preferred something that is covers it all and not have the sides open. In all, it went better than I expected, the covers fit and don't shift so it is definitely something to consider for your car.