What did you do to your Raptor today? (Gen2)

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Space Ghost

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I still felt something was missing from the seat covers: some Raptor badging. Surprisingly difficult to find, I finally found some patches off eBay that I glued (Gorilla fabric glue) to the covers. I used some tape and measured off the stitching to make them roughly centered to the seats and about where the OEM badging is.

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looks cool, surprised they make some for those seats, running a quick slip on right.
Are those just covers or do they have some foam on them too?

Also since theyre full wraparound, wouldnt that mess with the airbag deployment?
 

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looks cool, surprised they make some for those seats, running a quick slip on right.
Are those just covers or do they have some foam on them too?

Also since theyre full wraparound, wouldnt that mess with the airbag deployment?

They're custom made, so they go to great lengths to ensure proper fitment. And they are SNUG. I'm almost ashamed to admit it took me about an hour alone to figure out just the driver's side bottom seat (the back rests were simple and the rest of the covers took another hour to install and make everything perfect). But they don't move whatsoever once you gottem in place. They do have some foam integrated into them as well. They're well made. A little pricey, but you get what you pay for. As for the wraparound question, there's three Velcro tabs on the outer sides of the backrests that you use to connect the front and back of the backrest cover together. I imagine they would allow the airbags to deploy without issue.
 
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