05-12-11, 03:30 PM
Anybody out there know a good, reliable, and quality source for fitted sheepskin seat covers for a 2009 CTS-V with the Racaro seats?
05-12-11, 05:17 PM
Oh. Dear. Lord.
That's your constructive answer to a simple, legitimate question?
I've had my 2009 CTS-V - with the Recaro seats - since April of 2009, and I would like to reduce the wear and tear of entry and exit to the edge of the seats, and some nice sheepskin covers seem a potentially useful way to do so.
Of course, if you've got a better idea please feel free to share...
Meanwhile, if not, does anyone know anybody who makes good, high-quality, custom made an fitted sheepskin covers for the Recaros, and closely match the light gray interior (my V is Thunder Gray Chromaflair with the light gray interior).
05-12-11, 05:52 PM
what about your front seat side airbags?
05-12-11, 06:16 PM
Sheepskin would look...baaaaaaaaaaad. (see what I did there? ;-)
Wear them out, then replace the actual covers with OEM covers, available at your dealership or any GM parts dealer online.
05-12-11, 06:23 PM
I agree- don't cover the seats. Lots of reasons not to. Just wear them out and replace.
05-12-11, 09:54 PM
My answer was very constructive. Don't.
I actually make a effort to avoid " sliding into and out of the car" to keep from wearing the side bolsters. If you find covers that fit, go for it! Good luck!
It is possible that some trace chemicals in the leather bottom of sheepskin seat covers could stain your light gray seats.