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LeatherCraft SeatSkinz Seat Covers by SteelCraft Part #CHR7000BK Customer Reviews
2 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Grady L (Raleigh, NC) Reviewed for a 2006 Chrysler 300 — Mar 11, 2012 6:48 PM
Car: 2006 Chrysler 300 Base Color: Black on black seat covers Shipping: Free, can't get much better than that Overall: Recommended to others These were an investment in my car to give it a new "paid for" look. The installation was as difficult as the other reviews state. By far, the rear seat (with armrest) was the most difficult to get in place. You have to take special care to not tear of rip the cover while pulling it on. The rear bench seat and front seats were relatively easy in comparison. The padding in the seat area is much thicker and more comfortable than I expected. The covers have definitely given the car a newer look and feel. Issues: I noticed that on one cover (driver seat rear, closest to door) that the seam was not as neat and clean as the other covers. It looks as is some material got caught in the seam and instead of unstitching/removing the material. The material was just cut as close to the seam as possible. It's not the neatest/cleanest looking seam. Hopefully this will go unnoticed, since it is in the rear of the vehicle.
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