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Marideth: If you're in search of some stylish protection for the inside of your 2013 to 2018 four-door JK Wrangler, these officially licensed Jeep custom-fit front and rear seat covers, with the Jeep logo in black, will be a great pick. Now, these will be a great solution to keeping your factory fabrics clean from dirt, mud, spills, sand, or really whatever else could potentially harm them from off-roading, or just everyday life. These will also do a fantastic job at covering up any imperfections, and providing some very sleek styling, with the very tight fit and the branded Jeep logo, right up at the top that's embroidered. When it comes to the construction, these covers will be made of a neoprene material, while featuring UV resistance, and reinforced seams for optimal durability, giving them a long lifespan in your JK. The covers will be water resistant, and will wick water away better than most fabrics, giving you some peace of mind when it comes to spills inside of your Jeep.These will also be quite comfortable, with padding on the back and the bottom of the cover, which will be helpful if you spend a lot of time in the driver's seat or the passenger seat inside of your Wrangler. These will also have heavy-duty buckles and straps to keep the seat cover in place, and also to create a custom upholstery-style fit. These will also have heavy-duty buckles and straps to keep the seat cover in place, while also creating that custom upholstery-style fit. Getting into the price, this set will come in at roughly $350, making this more of a premium set of seat covers, but I also think that they're pretty well worth that price point. What I like about this choice compared to some others is the very form-fit design and the full coverage that you're being offered here, as well as the large embroidered Jeep logo up at the top that you don't see very often with other covers.Now, some less expensive choices may not fully cover every inch of your factory fabrics, or they may have a difference in material that may not have as form-fit or as comfortable as a design as these will. Now, overall, if you're in search of a solid set of seat covers that's going to offer you stylish protection, then these are it. Install, as you can imagine, will be a very easy one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, taking about 30 minutes to get the job done, with no tools at all. Now, at this point, I'm gonna hand you over to one of our guys in the shop. They're gonna walk you through that install step by step. So, that wraps it up for me. Let's get into the install.Man: What's going on, guys? Today, we're gonna be installing a set of seat covers in our Wrangler, so let's get started. So, our first step's gonna be to install our lower cover. So, we've got a couple buckles on the back and on the front that are gonna run underneath the seat, meet up, and then we have an elastic clip that'll go on the sides, and you can hook them in wherever you please. So, we'll push these buckles through the crack between the bottom and the top of the seat, and then we can grab the buckles from the back seat and hook them in underneath. So now, coming to the back of the driver's seat, we've pulled our buckles through, and now we can go ahead and connect them underneath the seat. So, the front buckles are really short, so you can come around to the side to make it a little easier for you. We'll clip that in, and then we'll pull the excess tight. Do the same thing with our other one. So, next, we have this little cutout that is gonna go around our pump, slide that into place, Velcro it down. And then we have our elastic clip, one on each side. It's gonna be the same exact spot on the other side. So, we can take this under, find something to hook it to, and then we can do the same thing on the other side.So, our next step's gonna be to install our seat back. So, first, we're gonna have to pop out our headrest. There is a little tab you can press in on both sides, and pop that out. And then, coming to the seat cover, there's gonna be a little cutout on one side. That's gonna be the outside, closest to the door. So, we can just slide that right over the top. And then we have two holes up here for our headrest. We can go ahead and wrap around our plastic pieces. And then once we have everything adjusted how we like, we can go ahead and tuck this through the seat, just like we did with the buckles. And then we can pull that through on the back side, and tighten down our Velcro strip. Now, we pull up on these, and this is the back of our seat here. So, just like our pump lever, there's gonna be another cutout for our recline, so we can just wrap that around that, and Velcro it. So, now we can go ahead and slide on our headrest cover. So, the ones with the cutouts are gonna be for the front, and then the solid ones are gonna be in the back. Just slide that right over. And now, with that done, we can repeat the same process on the front passenger seat.So now, moving to the back seat, we're gonna knock out this passenger and middle seat first. So, we have our bottom. We're gonna have six buckles that are running front to back, and then one running side to side. So, we can repeat that same process of feeding the buckles through the back. Then this last buckle on the side is gonna go through the seat here. And then we can go back into our trunk, pull our buckles through, and then hook them in underneath. And now we can go back into the back seat, and buckle them together. So, now we can buckle and tighten down our six clips that are running front to back, and then we'll save our side-to-side clip for the last. So now, coming to the back driver's seat, we're gonna repeat pretty much that same process. We have three buckles this time that are running front to back, and then still the one that's going side to side. And then we can go to the trunk and pull those through the back side once again. So, now we can go ahead and do the same thing we did over there. We'll get our front-to-back buckles connected first, tightened down, and then we'll do our side-to-side.So, now we can work on our back passenger and center seat backs. So, it's gonna have a big zipper in the middle. We can undo that. And then we're gonna slide this side through the seat belt. And then, once again, we can tuck this part through the back of the seat, Velcro that in the back. And now we can move back to the trunk and get everything secured. So, now we can pull this through the crack in our seat, zip up our zipper, connect our Velcro here and down here, and then we'll be done with this portion. So, just like on the other side, we folded down the opposite side to give us some more room to work with. So, coming here, we have a zipper that we can undo, and then we can just slide this right over. And then we can tuck this piece through the crack in the seat, and then we'll go into the trunk one more time to fully tighten everything down. Now we can pull this piece through, tuck it up underneath the Velcro, zip our zipper on the side here, and Velcro the top here. So, our last step is gonna be to install our cover on our headrest, and then we can wrap up this install.So, that'll wrap up this review and install of the officially licensed Jeep custom-fit front and rear seat covers, with the Jeep logo, for your 2013 to 2018 four-door JK Wrangler. Thank you for watching, and remember, for all things Wrangler, keep it right here at extremeterrain.com.
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Officially Licensed Jeep J157733
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(approx) 30 Minutes
Simple installation for anyone.
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