Custom Seat Covers From Radco Made My Truck Feel Like New [Sponsored]
I've had my truck for a few years now, and the seats were starting to wear. It's especially tough when you have little kids that ride in the back. Little kids are tough on everything. I started searching a while ago for new seat covers. The problem I was having was it was impossible to find the right seat cover for my truck!
Here's what I had before. You can't see much of the wear unless you get close, but there was definitely quite a few spots that were starting to fray.
Searching online, I found a lot of options, but not many for the design of my truck. Also I wasn't sure if it was going to fit right. I didn't want some crummy universal ones that I've had in the past in other vehicles. You know the kind. The ones that pop off and don't stay snug. You have a hard time getting the seat belts through, and they look sloppy.
So I thought I'd go down the street here in Duluth and talk to the experts at Radco. In no time I was looking at sample material right in the store so I knew what I would be getting. Tony helped steer me in the right direction for what would be best for my needs. There's a ton of design options too, and I decided to go with the Bonz Camo layout. The whole process only took a few minutes, and I couldn't be happier with the end result.
When I picked up my 7 year old from school, he hopped in the truck and said, "WHOA! DAD! You got an upgrade!" (Because everything is like a video game to kids these days.)
If you would like to make your truck feel like new, give Radco a call in Duluth at 218-729-5792. Or stop and see them at 308 East Central Entrance.