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    I used a blanket and bubble wrap for my axleback and midpipe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Azianmunk View Post
    Was it something like this? Attachment 105541
    I was just about to post that. They are the 50 dollar or so 2012 impreza rear setback protector. I can try a set from parts department on a 2011 body car, I'll let you guys know if they could easily be made to fit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Azianmunk View Post
    Was it something like this? Attachment 105541
    Yes, very similar to that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rexxx0486 View Post
    I was just about to post that. They are the 50 dollar or so 2012 impreza rear setback protector. I can try a set from parts department on a 2011 body car, I'll let you guys know if they could easily be made to fit.
    Let us know! I'm still probably going to get CoverKing seat covers but something to make the back of the seats "flat" instead of channeled like they are would be great.

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    I have a dog and really cant avoid putting her into the car. Anyone have any suggestions on the best thing to do to keep the car nice while she is in it? Covers/seats up or down/front and back ect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JayBee09 View Post
    I have a dog and really cant avoid putting her into the car. Anyone have any suggestions on the best thing to do to keep the car nice while she is in it? Covers/seats up or down/front and back ect.
    I'm in the same boat, my previous vehicle was "The Dog vehicle" so now the WRX is taking up that role. I think between the rear seat back protection to fix the ridges and covers we should be good. I'm thinking about getting CoverKings - Polycotton Drill should be around $187. I had CoverKings send me 3 different swatches, the polycotton drill was the better of the 3 "tough" versions.


    "Custom Polycotton Drill Seat Covers-Polycotton Drill
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    Quote Originally Posted by JayBee09 View Post
    I have a dog and really cant avoid putting her into the car. Anyone have any suggestions on the best thing to do to keep the car nice while she is in it? Covers/seats up or down/front and back ect.
    Check out my post for earlier, show pic's of the back seat with the pet cover, protects my back seat extremely well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azianmunk View Post
    Was it something like this? Attachment 105541
    I want that!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dyse View Post
    Check out my post for earlier, show pic's of the back seat with the pet cover, protects my back seat extremely well.
    OK yeah I saw that, it just looks kinda loose. Your dog doens't pull it off? Mine doesn't sit still too well lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JayBee09 View Post
    OK yeah I saw that, it just looks kinda loose. Your dog doens't pull it off? Mine doesn't sit still too well lol.
    It's not really tight around the seats, but it does cover the hole seat. The corner closest to me was loose because I had unclipped the strap around the head rest.

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    You could do this for pets in the trunk:

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    Ok I went and tried it out for you guys, and the 2012 rear seat protector fits like a glove!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rexxx0486 View Post
    Ok I went and tried it out for you guys, and the 2012 rear seat protector fits like a glove!
    Are they a pretty stiff/hard material? Or are they like the flimsy cargo tray protector? Might drop by my stealership and check them out in person today. Do you have a part#? Thanks!

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    Anyone ever use a pet hammock? it looks like a great thing in theory but not suer if it is as good as it looks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rexxx0486 View Post
    Ok I went and tried it out for you guys, and the 2012 rear seat protector fits like a glove!
    Do you have any pics? The Impreza protectors seem to have cut-outs for something that is not on the 3g seat backs, so would just be holes. Is that the case or am I not seeing this correctly? How do they attach?

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