Probably made by autointeriorkits in CA but on Ebay. The sides on the backs don't come down quite far enough to meet the bottom cushion and so the little flaps that stand up on the bottom like to pop out when you sit on the seat. Either the flaps need to be taller or the sides of the backs need to be longer. Other than that, they are nice covers for the money.
Excellent job! That's about as good as those covers get. So much better than the slide-over-the-upholstery covers.
I have a similar device- hooks to the engine with 4 chains, and has a threaded rod that you can turn to move the center hanging point front and back. Works amazing for installing engines and transmissions that are bolted together.I searched for a "tool that saved tons of time/energy" or "a tool that was re-imagined" and I didn't find any threads.
I have to say that I was skeptical on the "engine sling", but I moved 2 engines yesterday and having it bolted up and being able to level it... I see this a very new useful tool in the arsenal.
Not quite as useful/powerful as the 1/2" brushless impact, but very useful for the engine side of things... no more chains across the engine and having it not be level/crooked... especially when trying to mount it to an engine stand.
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I know it isn't a "workbench" picture and I don't like it when I am not following the thread title, but I figured I would share... for the price, this was very useful... and non-scientific feel... just safer with the 4 points mounting instead of 2.
It's a club car....... not many of the 4x4's around......so they're pricey. And there's lots of 2wd drive. The prices are all over depending on location, options, age, etc....That a Club Car? My neighbor's widow has one she wants to sell. It's 2wd. I don't have any use for it, but she asked me what it's worth, and asked if I knew anyone who would buy it.