Rough Country Front Neoprene Car Seat Covers for 19-21 Chevy Silverado 1500-91035
- 4 Layer Car Seat Covers Construction w/ Neoprene, Foam Padding, and Protective Polyester Shell
- Neoprene offers great breathability, water resistance, and UV Resistance
- Easy at Home Installation, Supported by RC.
- Made to factory specifications including Headrest where applicable
- Backed by Rough Country’s 1 Year Warranty
Rough Country Front Car Seat Covers Description
Protect your seats from water, mud, and anything you can throw at it with Rough Country’s front and rear Neoprene Seat Covers. These easy-to install covers fit snugly over your truck’s seats to protect your interior from the elements while blending in perfectly.
These comfortable seat covers feature a 4-layer construction with a thick foam padding for a comfortable feel and durable quality. The outer Neoprene protective layer wards off water and mildew while being soft to the touch and offering great breathability. Each cover is designed to be an exact fit on your vehicle, with accessibility for airbags, seat adjustment, and more! No tools required for this fast and simple upgrade, just slip each cover firmly over the seat and fasten with the built-in straps and you’re ready to roll!
Pick up a set of front car seat covers to save your most-used seats from additional wear, or a rear set to protect your back seat from stains caused by kids or animals. Or choose front and rear for full seat protection! Items Included: Front seat covers Does NOT fit extended cab models. Rear seat cover ONLY fits models with cup holder. Does NOT fit models with back seat storage compartment.
“RC recommends a certified technician install lift systems. Knowledge of RC instructions, suspension procedures and post install checks are required. If a system is installed w/o knowledge and expertise it may impact the integrity/operating safety.”
It is ultimately the buyer’s responsibility to have all bolts/nuts checked for tightness after the first 500 miles, and then again every 1,000 miles. Wheel alignment, steering system, suspension, and driveline systems must be inspected by a qualified, professional mechanic at least every 3,000 miles.