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Trendy Elegance Car Seat Covers, Airbag Compatible And Split Bench on

US $55.00

Key Largo, Florida, US

Key Largo, Florida, US

About this item
Item includes:- 2 front bucket covers- 1 rear bench seat cover- 1 rear backrest cover- 5 headrest covers- 2 sets of mesh cloth- 1 bag of S hooks***Buying tips:- Please ensure your headrest can be detached before buying this set because this comes with separate headrest covers.

Total 11 pieces: 2 front seat covers, 2 rear seat covers, 5 headrest covers and 2 set mash cloth
Front seat covers have velcro opening on the top for easy insert of headrest.
Durable sandwich fabric + 4mm foam backing + mesh cloth finishSpecial 3-bed stitching technique for a unique long fish net look and extra comfort.
Front side airbag compatible - special stitching technique that allows them to inflate upon impact.Front seat covers have velcro opening on the top for easy installation.
Rear bench covers have three zippers to accommodate left and right 40/60 split, 40/20/40 split and 50/50 split. It also allows you to fold down the cup holder or armrest by unzipping one of the zippers on the backrest cover.
Product Details
Manufacturer:FH GroupManufacturer reference:06021115Item Weight:4 poundsShipping Weight:4.1 poundsASIN:B001TYJOG2

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