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Posted by Dale C.
"Very good quality, but somewhat difficult to install. I did not have a clear channel to thread the bottom cover straps through. I raised the seat to its maximum height and found a way to thread the strap through. I, at the same time, tied a string on the end of the feed strap as so to have a way to pull the strap back through to tighten the strap to the rear coupling. When completed, I found the covers were somewhat baggy. I sprayed water on them and, to my satisfaction, they shrunk just enough to make a quality fit. I suggest that the maker of these covers add spandex to the front bottom of the seat so as to make a snug fit. "