GMC Sierra 2008-2010, Rear Row ICBINL Red Custom Seat Covers (CV426-02LX) by CalTrend®. 60/40 Split Bench, with Separate Headrests, with Cupholders, with Armrests. Tailored exclusively for your third-row seats, CalTrend exclusive "I Can't Believe It's Not Leather®" seat covers are made of high quality synthetic leather but feel like genuine leather. ICBINL protects and beautifies your interior just like real leather but without the high expenses and the high maintenance of the real leather.
"I Can't Believe It's Not Leather®" seat covers are precision cut and custom fitted for your vehicle, so no wrinkles or sagging on your seats. The faux leather seat covers are ultra smooth, tough and have reinforced seams. It costs a lot less and maintaining the ICBINL seat covers is easy. To clean, just wipe down with a wet cloth.
CalTrend ICBINL seat covers are fade, mildew, moisture and abrasion resistant. "I Can't Believe It's Not Leather®" seat covers are made in the USA and are backed by a 2-year manufacturer warranty. CalTrend seat covers are easy to install and come in a wide array of colors to match your vehicle. For one low price, you get a full row of seat covers along with the necessary headrest and armrest covers at no additional costs.
Proudly made in the USA, all their custom seat covers are designed and manufactured using a state-of-the-art GERBER computerized CAD/CAM system that insures a perfect precision fit and minimal turn-around time making their delivery time the best in the Industry. CalTrend headquarters is located in Santa Ana, California. All of their custom seat covers are manufactured at this location. At CalTrend, customer needs are first priority.
With over 20 years of experience in making custom tailored seat covers, CalTrend is recognized as the Nation’s leading custom seat covers manufacturer who have kept their entire manufacturing in the USA. What sets CalTrend apart from the other custom seat cover manufactures is the fact that their seat covers are truly custom-made: they fit like a glove over the original upholstery and can easily be mistaken as the original upholstery. Their seat covers never interfere with the functions of the seat such as reclining, folding or seat air bag deployment. Proudly made in the USA, all CalTrend custom seat covers are designed and manufactured using state of the art GERBER computerized CAD/CAM system that insures a perfect precision fit and minimal turn-around time. CalTrend headquarters is located in Santa Ana, California where all their custom seat covers are manufactured.
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I installed the cover on my 1982 Chevy K 10 with no problems. I did remove the old cover first as it was badly worn and hog ringed the sides and front on the bottom section. Looks great, thanks again.
We purchased these covers for our FJ Cruiser and were very pleased. The delivery time was just about 10 days, quality of neoprene is very good, and the fit good as well. All in all, a good product for the money, and has a custom look to it.
Cal Trend products are excellent. You will not be disappointed with the quality of materials, design and workmanship of Cal Trend products.
Outside of a little difficulty installing them, I am very happy with the results. My wife was skeptical from the start, but let me know how happy she is with the end results. The online experience was spot on from the views to the ordering process. Very happy customer here.
Product took 2 hours to install due to sparse info on installation. Satisfied because it fits perfectly and looks great.
These seat covers are fantastic! They fit like a glove, and look Much better than the OEM upholstery, in my opinion. Overall, the installation is quite simple, anybody can do it. The hardest part was installing the armrest covers, which were annoyingly to get over the OEM upholstery. My recommendation is to unzip the back of the OEM armrest cover, unbolt the armrest from the seat, remove the OEM cover, bolt the armrest back on the the seat, and then install the CalTrend cover. Believe me, it will save you a lot of aggravation... Best regards, Dave.