1994 – 1998 Ford F-250-450 XLT 40/20/40 with Opening Console Seat Covers set includes: middle bottom and console cover. No lid cover.
40-20-40 with integral/non-adjustable headrests. The middle has an opening console with roll top lid that exposes two beverage holders. The console has another opening compartment behind the drink holders.
1994 – 1998 Ford F-250-450 XLT 40/20/40 with Opening Console Seat Covers Fits: 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, & 1998 Regular, Super Cab, and Super Crew
These are for front seats only.
*These are seat covers. They cover over your existing seats. These do not replace upholstery.
**Our seat covers fit OEM seats and we cannot guarantee the fit on after-market or reupholstered seats.
We make our covers to order.
This allows them to be customizable with different colors and accessories. Our seat covers are made of CORDURA® which is highly resistant to abrasion and liquids. The seat covers we make are 100% USA made. We design and assemble all our covers in Three Forks, MT. Every cover passes though the hands of every employee here; assuring that no flaw passes to you. If you order online, we will give you a call to go over the details to make sure you get exactly what you want. We know that this is an expensive commitment, that’s why we work so hard to get you the product you’re looking for.
Our covers are designed to follow the seams of your seat, assuring a design that is made to fit nice and tight. We also accommodate for the airbags on the side of the seat. While sewing the covers, we use the same break away thread as the manufacturer on the airbag side of the seat. Should you get in a wreck, the airbag will burst through the cover. If your truck is salvageable, then you can go ahead and send us your recently burst seat covers to us. We repair any airbag damage for no cost.
Here at Headwaters Seat Covers, we care about our product and guarantee a fit unlike any other cover. Your Ford is tough, right? Your seat covers should be just as tough.
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