Wet Okole Seat Covers Installed

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I just got Wet Okole's Neoprene seat covers installed. Living in Huntington Beach, CA, with two kids, there are many beach and pool trips where sand, chlorine, and saltwater would wreak havoc. My first edition was the car they used to get measurements, and now you should be able to reach out to them if you're interested.

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Just need the wind noise issues fixed and I'm a super happy camper with my Mach-E

 

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I just got Wet Okole's Neoprene seat covers installed. Living in Huntington Beach, CA, with two kids, there are many beach and pool trips where sand, chlorine, and saltwater would wreak havoc. My first edition was the car they used to get measurements, and now you should be able to reach out to them if you're interested.

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Just need the wind noise issues fixed and I'm a super happy camper with my Mach-E
Love Wet Okole. I didn't realize they had an MME set yet. I'll have to check them out. :)

Looks good, and beach-ready. Surf City here we come! (Couldn't resist, I've run the marathon and half there many times.) :)
 

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That black and red would go with my car soooo nicely. Looking these up now.
 

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Nice. Can I ask roughly how much? I have three beautiful dogs.......and pick up my new Mach E tomorrow
 
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Nice. Can I ask roughly how much? I have three beautiful dogs.......and pick up my new Mach E tomorrow
No problem, my price isn’t the default price. Since they used my car to make make the patterns I got 50% off. So I went full bore and did the piping, got the mustang logos and pouches on the back of the seats to put stuff for the kids in. It cost me $404.
In my area they run frequent coupons in the local mailer that provide some discounts.
 


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I just got Wet Okole's Neoprene seat covers installed. Living in Huntington Beach, CA, with two kids, there are many beach and pool trips where sand, chlorine, and saltwater would wreak havoc. My first edition was the car they used to get measurements, and now you should be able to reach out to them if you're interested.



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Nice! I'm sure more comfortable than the activeX on bare skin.... I was looking around for nice micro-suede or cloth covers.

I'm wondering how they handle the possible deployment of the side airbags that are in the front seatback? Do they have a slot, or weak-stitched area?
 
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Nice! I'm sure more comfortable than the activeX on bare skin.... I was looking around for nice micro-suede or cloth covers.

I'm wondering how they handle the possible deployment of the side airbags that are in the front seatback? Do they have a slot, or weak-stitched area?
They have open slots on the sides for the side airbags.
 

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Think I’m about to pull the trigger on these. Trying to decide what color to go with though… Thinking about doing black and maybe the charcoal or dark gray for the piping.. Maybe do the pony in white, I’m not sure if they let you choose that color or not.
 

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@Megabueno and @Mojuba

did you just call the company in Hawaii to order. Or did you order the “Mustang” covers with the 60/40 split bench in the back?
I still don’t see the MME listed as an option on their website.
 

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@Megabueno and @Mojuba

did you just call the company in Hawaii to order. Or did you order the “Mustang” covers with the 60/40 split bench in the back?
I still don’t see the MME listed as an option on their website.
Just send them an email. I inquired about the same thing, they said to just order and make notes as to exactly what you want. Or you can always order over the phone to make sure you get exactly what you want.
 

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Finally got these ordered, delivered, and installed. Took a couple hours to install as the Mrs and I pretty well had to disassemble the seats to get these situated.
Had to take the backs off the rear seat in order to get the rear seat bottom to fit back properly. Couldn’t get the seatbelts and latch points to all grab appropriately with the multiple layers of neoprene. So… I now know how to remove the rear seats.
Front seats didn’t require AS MUCH disassembly but I did remove the controls from the sides in order to thread the tethers in a way to maintain tension across the seat bottom and prevent bunching. So that’s another thing I learned today.
Most importantly the Mrs loves her new black seat covers with red ponies. Matches her AOSK storage dust shield thingies.

 

 
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