Cars are not all made the same and neither are your seats. In some cases, the same vehicle make and model will have two different types of seating. Here at Coverking, we've mapped out thousands of different vehicles and custom crafted seat covers for each to ensure you get the best fit possible
All of our covers are digitally scanned using 3D- imaging equipment to produce a true custom fit. We also have the largest collection of patterns for all make and models. Our engineers spend weeks refining and perfecting patterns specifically for your seats, headrests and center-consoles. Each custom pattern is tested for precise fit and durability. The design process is a art-form - we have to balance and make sure the covers are easy to install while creating the best possible fit possible. All of our patterns are engineered to meet this goal
Got an unfinished cover... one of the straps was not sewn on at all
These are great seat covers; warm in the winter, cool in the summer. I am back to get more. Mine lasted almost 2 years before tearing and fading. The red turned pink after a summer topless. I have large dogs and kids, these hold up to them all.
Bought these for my 99 Wrangler. Driver's seat back had worn through along edge. Installation was quick & easy, BUT finished product was very poor. Seat back covers do not fit well because the seat back is concave and the cover is not. You are left with a space between the cover and the seat back. It's like leaning back on an air mattress. This poor fit really becomes a problem if you're running with the doors off and no passenger. The empty seat cover flutters so much I'm afraid it will soon rip or tear. Don't waste your money. I wish I had simply removed the seats and had them redone by a professional or purchased a new seat.
I LOVE THESE COVERS AND WOULD LIKE SOMETHING FOR MY 2000 JEEP WRANGLR SE. aNY RECOMMENDATIONS?
Asked by Jon from Woodbridge, VA on
Hi Jon The C/KSPC122 would be the correct number for your 2000 in the yellow for the Neoprene Front Seat Covers. Thanks
Answered by LWiff ext 4804 from Woodbridge, VA on
Do they have back pockets of
Asked by none from on
Hey None, the Coverking Neoprene Front Seat Covers would have a single rear pocket. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from on
How do I remove the front seat headrests on a 2015 Wrangler unlimited to install CoverKing neoprene seat cover? You can raise the restraints but I can't get them to come off.
Asked by Glenn from Lewisburg, PA on
Glenn, the Coverking Black and Grey Neoprene Front Seat Covers are able to be installed on the seats very easily. All you have to do is push the 2 tabs on your headrest and pull it out. I hope this helps!
Answered by Sara from Lewisburg, PA on
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Coverking is an Anaheim, California-based company that has been around since 1986. They produce Jeep car covers, seat covers, dash protectors, windshield guards and floor mats. Coverking can offer Jeep drivers custom-patterned car covers to go along with the Jeep's individual style and their seat covers promise a snug fit on your aftermarket Jeep seats, with stain resistant, UV resistant material. Whatever your Jeep application, Coverking can supply you with the products you need to protect the Jeep you love. Shop Coverking Now