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July 24, 2006


There are many reasons I renew my Costco membership every year, but as an example, I've been shopping around for seat covers. My driver's seat has been getting pretty worn, and being a '93, Jeep hasn't had replacement fabric for years. About the only option is to go scouring around junkyards looking for a whole new seat and praying the owner wasn't a smoker or some sort of in-car masturbation aficionado.

So the more obvious solution has been to shop for seat covers. There are many custom-fit covers out there in varying levels of quality, but Coverking seems to routinely come out on top.

Which they should—American made and carefully tailor-fit, they run $250 per row of seats for neoprene, both direct from Coverking and at their authorized retailers.

For Costco members, though, the exact same covers can be ordered through costco.com for $165. Someone with more money may disagree, but $85 savings is well worth the price of admission.

Posted by Colin at July 24, 2006 11:45 AM

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