Beanch Seat Covers

DESCRIPTIONS OF BENCH SEAT COVERS INDUSTRY TERMS:

All sets (sold in pairs or by row) include all headrests and armrests, when applicable, at no additional cost!

L/B = Low Back. Refers to separate headrests move up/down. These seats have a button on side of headrest base or whole which needs to be pushed in with a paper clip to release headrest.

H/B = High Back. Refers to a one piece seat where headrests are molded into the seat, thus non-moveable.

Solid Armrest = Armrest that is attached to seat, does not open for storage and may not move up or down.

Console Armrest = Armrest that serves as a console which opens for storage and may move up or down.

All sets include all of these pieces, if applicable, at no additional cost!

IMPORTANT: Openings for electrical controls are not made due to potential hazard, liability and aesthetic reasons. Electrical controls are accessible through the fabric without any problems.

Solid Bench Seat’s bottom seat cushions are solid, all one piece. If bottom seat cushion splits and sides move independent of eachother, it is a Split Bench Seat. Solid Bench Seats may have built-in headrests (highback) or have separate/adjustable headrests (lowback) and may or may not have a fixed or movable armrest which may be solid, contain cup holders or be a console which opens for storage. Scroll down to view actual pictures of solid bench seat covers installed.


Split Bench Seat’s button seat cushion split and each side can be moved independent of the other, unlike the solid bench which has a solid seat cushion. The splits may be in the middle of the seat known as a 50/50 Split Bench, it may be off to one side, making one bottom seat area wider than the other, known as the 60/40 Split Bench or it may have multiple (2) splits creating three separate seating areas, known as the 40/20/40 Seat. Any Split Bench Seat may or may not have a moveable or stationary armrest which may also serve as a storage console. Headrests can be built in (H/B or highback) or separate (L/B or lowback).

Important: Please be sure to know whether seats have Airbags. If unsure, refer to your vehicle owner’s manual or look for label/tag on outboard side of each seat. We provide a full opening for airbag deployment when specified.