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Merideth: If you're in search of a comfortable way to protect the seats in your 1991 to 1995 YJ Wrangler, these RedRock TruShield Series Neoprene Front and Rear Seat Covers, in Black, will be a great addition to your Jeep. Now, these will be a great pick for the YJ owner looking for full protection to their seats from mud, dirt spills, or whatever you and your passengers may get into. These will also do a great job at elevating the styling of the inside of the Jeep with an all-black look and cover up any imperfections that may already be there.These will feature quality stitching and a form-fit design, which will maintain the upholstered appearance compared to other seat covers available. Now, not only will these be stylish and functional but also comfortable for your everyday commute or your multi-day off-road adventures.These seat covers will be made with a UV fade-resistant neoprene material that will have a wetsuit-like feel and function, allowing water to roll right off of them and keeping them looking fresh for years to come. These will also be durable with reinforced seams and heavy-duty buckles and straps, being able to hold their own and stay in place thanks to the tight fit. Now, on the inside of the covers, this will be foam-backed, again, for the additional comfort that you may want out of your long rides. And on the back of the front seat cover, you're also going to get a pocket for some additional storage.When it comes to price, these will be roughly $200 for the entire set. Now, compared to other choices, these will have a great fit and an all-black look, and they will be incredibly comfortable. Now, other choices on the page for neoprene covers may be similar but may have small differences in the colorway, the stitching, or even the fitment with being more exclusive to certain trims or interiors. Now, you'll also see some other options with different purposes, like a towel cover for easy-to-throw-on protection or ballistic covers for the ultimate durability. Now, these will be right in the middle, offering you everything that you need when it comes to style, comfort, and coverage, making these an awesome choice.Now, install will be a super easy one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, taking you about 30 minutes to get everything on and fitted correctly. Now, at this point, we can head over to the shop and check out a detailed breakdown of the install and what that looks like step by step. So, that's gonna wrap it up for me, let's go ahead and get into it.Man: So, we're gonna start with the front seats. You can see I'm covering this. Just try and remove any loose debris however you may find best. You can sweep it off or pick it off, whatever. First thing you're gonna do is you're gonna take the top of the driver's seat, pull it down over. You wanna pull it all the way down, make sure it sits right. Should be relatively flat, should be centered on the seat. Seam should line up with the corners of the seat. That's basically your big goals here. Then you're gonna take this flap and you're gonna tuck it through to the hind. Tuck the flap all the way through. And then you're gonna take that flap, you're gonna pull up on it nice and hard, and you're gonna tuck it underneath the Velcro, and let the Velcro grab. And then that's the top installed, at this point. If you want to, you can try and smoothen it out a little bit more. It's not a big deal though.Next thing you're gonna do is you're gonna take the bottom. You're gonna set the bottom on the seat bottom. Then you're going to push this flap all the way through to behind. Unfortunately, folding the seat forward, backward, anything like that doesn't help taking care of any, so you're just gonna have to force it through, which is a little bit of a pain, but it's not bad. And then you're gonna go underneath. You've got these straps. There's buckles in the back, buckles in the front. You're gonna take the buckles in the front, you're gonna tuck them through the bar for adjusting the forward and back position of your seat. And then you're just gonna buckle them to the buckles in the back. Then you're gonna repeat for the other buckle. You're then gonna pull the buckles nice and tight, making sure that it's sitting on the seat. Then you're gonna take this piece and this. So, you can do one of two things with this piece right here, and it depends on personal preference over anything else. You can either run it over your handle and then you've got a little bit annoying adjustment of your seat, or you can run it under your handle. Again, this just depends on personal preference. Do you need to adjust your handle very often? I don't, so I'm gonna leave it inside.The next thing you're gonna do is you're gonna take these two little bungee cords, one on each side, and you're just gonna bungee the two sides to each other. It can be a little annoying to get the center one out because it likes to get stuck against the center console. Once you do, you just bungee them to each other, then you're done with this side.Next thing you're gonna do is the passenger's side. To start the passenger's side, you're gonna start it exactly the same as the driver's side. Hold the seat down, pull the seat cover down all the way on, tuck it through the flap, try and make it sit right, tuck it all the way through the flap. And then I'm gonna lean this seat forward just for illustrative purposes. It doesn't really help much, it's just so you guys can see better. Next thing you're gonna do is you're gonna pull on this thing, on the little elastic strap, and velcro it to the top. And then you're done with the top. We're gonna go back for the bottom.You're gonna take the bottom with the curve thin on the front, slide it over the seat, tuck it through the back of the seat. Next thing you're gonna do is you're gonna take these buckles, and same as the other side, as the driver's side, you're going to tuck them through the slide adjustment bar over the top of all the framing, making sure you go over the top, not under, and to the buckles at the back. And then you're gonna repeat for the opposite side of the seat, over the top of all the framing to the buckles at the back. Then you're gonna pull it nice and tight. And then you're gonna take these bungees, you're actually gonna run them around the back just like this, pulling it backwards. If you run them underneath the seat framework, they're gonna get caught up in the tilt mechanism. And then you're just gonna buckle them together like that. And then I'm gonna put the seat back, just kind of make sure it's sitting right. And then you're done.Okay. So, once you get your seat unhooked, you're just gonna take it, set it down on a nice surface that's free of any obstacles. You don't want to puncture a hole in your seat after all. And then you're gonna take the top of the back, which is similar to the top of the front, except for instead of being tall, it's long. You're gonna take it, slide it over the top. Same as with the front seats, pull it all the way down. Make it look nice. And then you're just gonna tuck it through underneath. And you're gonna pull it nice and tight and let the Velcro click. And then that easy, you're done with the top of the back.Now onto the hardest piece. And I use that term loosely because it's still extremely easy, it's just harder than the rest. And all you're gonna do, take the bottom of the back. It should be the only piece you have left at this point. Set it with the buckles facing towards the bottom of the seat, set it on top of the seat. You're gonna push it through the back. And then I'd recommend closing your seat back up. The clip will hold it open, and lift it out of the vehicle. So, same clip. Then you're just gonna take all these straps, you're gonna Velcro them together, all four of them. There should be two very close to the center, and then two towards the outside. It just takes a second to get all these clips in.And then you're going to take these straps, pulling them all. And then you're gonna take these bungee straps. And these bungee straps, instead of connecting to each other like on the front, they connect to the center straps. And you repeat to the other side, just pull the center strap again to make sure it's tight. And then your seat cover is fully installed, all you have left is to go install your seat back in your Jeep.Okay. So, reinstalling your rear seat. All you're gonna do is if you take a look here, we've got brackets on both sides with holes in them, you wanna align those brackets up to the right of the brackets built into your Jeep that it supports on. The right side bracket needs to be lined up first, as it is a little...it has a little bit longer post than the left side.Merideth: So, that's gonna wrap it up from my review and the install of the RedRock TruShield Series Neoprene Front and Rear Seat Covers, in Black, fitting all 1991 to 1995 YJ Wranglers. And for all things Jeep, remember to keep it right here at extremeterrain.com.
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