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Hey, guys. So, today, we're checking out the TruShield Neoprene Front and Rear Seat Covers in Black, fitting all 1997 to 2002 TJ Wranglers. So, if you are looking for some protection for your interior, seat covers are always a great place to start and this option by TruShield is going to be a quality choice without breaking the bank. Now, these are going to be great for any Jeep owner who is looking to cover up any existing imperfections in their TJ seats or is looking to prevent that, looking to prevent any spills, stains from mud, or whatever you come in contact with getting to your seat. So, this will be great if you are taking your Jeep off-road and are looking to protect against the elements there or you're just keeping it to the street for your everyday adventures. Now, these are going to be pretty durable, made of a four-layer construction. On top, you're going to have a neoprene material, which is going to be very breathable, very stretchy, and is going to wick water away very well, so you can very easily clean these, and again, they are going to be comfortable. Now, speaking of comfortability these are also going to have a nice foam padding underneath. So, you don't have to worry about comfort when it comes to these seat covers, especially in the summer months, because like I mentioned before, these are going to be breathable as well. Now, speaking of the summer months, these are also going to be UV-resistant. So, you can ensure that that black is going to hold up even if you have your top down or your top off when you're driving around in the summer.Now, what I do really like about these seat covers, in particular, is not only that they are going to come with the front and the back, but they do have a very form-fit design. You're going to have multiple buckles and straps as well as Velcro around the seat cover that's going to fit it very well. And in my personal opinion, I think this is one of the seat cover choices that comes as close as possible to looking like a factory seat or at least have that fitment of that factory style look. So, overall, I think this is a high-quality seat cover, and, of course, it's not going to break the bank when it comes to getting the full set.So, speaking of that, these are going to be roughly $150. And like I said before, these are going to carry over some quality features that I personally think makes them very well worth that price point. Now, again, you are going to have the front and the rear seat combo here. They are going to fit very nicely in comparison to some other choices that may have a more universal fitment. And again, this is going to have that neoprene material that is going to be functional yet very comfortable and good-looking as to where some of their options may be made of a cloth material or even a nylon material. So, it kind of comes down to your personal preference and what you're looking out of a seat cover. However, if you're looking for something that has a very form-fit design, is comfortable, and is going to hold up for the long run while being very easy to clean, very easy to put on and take off whenever you want, then this is going to be right up your alley.As far as install's concerned, I'm going to give this a very easy one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. It's probably going to take you about 30 minutes worth of your time to get the job done with no tools needed. So, speaking of the install, let's jump into that now.So, for this install, we're going to start in the front and I'm going to start by installing the top portion of our seat cover on the driver side first, and then we can move to the bottom. Now, this just slips over the top of the seat here. This little flap goes through the crease of the seat, and there's some Velcro on the side to secure it down. And again, we'll move to the bottom in just a second.So, in the back, we're going to take this piece of fabric, tuck it up, and we can use our Velcro to secure it down. Now, pulling this tight is really going to get you that form-fit look. All right. Once that's secure, we can kind of put our seat back to where it was and we can secure the bottom. So, next, we can take the bottom part of our seat cover and place it over the lower portion of our seat. Now, again, there's going to be a little flap here that's going to go through the two pieces of the seat. There is going to be buckles that we're going to secure on the other side, and there's also going to be a bungee that we're going to secure horizontally to the seat. Now, I would like to mention that this is going to be side-specific. There is a cutout here for the seat lever. So, keep that in mind. But with that being said, what are we going to do is start to put this around our seat. So, you want to make sure that you pull it through enough to where the soft side of the Velcro is exposed because on this side, there's going to be a piece of Velcro that's going to cover this corner of the seat. Also want to make sure that we get that lever in that cutout to where we can access it. So, this part is all going to be a little bit difficult to see just because it happens underneath the seat, but like you saw, the back of the bottom portion of our seat cover does have a buckle that accepts the one at the front. What I'm going to do is attach those and we can tighten it up by pulling on this nylon strap here. Once you hear that click, you can give it a good pull, and this is going to pull that bottom portion pretty tight. Now, there's going to be a second one. Again, just make sure that it doesn't interfere with the function of the seat. So, after we're complete with the driver side, we can repeat that same process on the passenger side and then head to the back.So, now, we can start in the back. I'm going to start with the lower portion of the seat because this is going to be the trickier of the two just because it's a little bit hard to access without being inside the Jeep. So, what I'm going to do is send this flap through, this is going to have buckles just like the front did on the bottom part. And we want to make sure that these buckles for the seatbelt are above the seat. So, we're just going to send this on through and get it tucked in the front as good as we can, and then we can head to the back.So, what we can do at this point is attach the bottom straps. So, what I do like about TJs and seat covers on TJs especially, is on the back, what we can just do is flip the seat forward and flip it up. It gives us a ton of space to attach to those straps and adjust them how we want them. So, what we can do at this point is just attach our buckles. There's going to be four in the back. And then we can just give them a good tighten. Now, while you are back here, you just want to make sure that this is going around the sides, the side flaps. And again, we're also gonna have some side bungees. Now, these may not reach each other. So, what you can do is just hook them on the inner straps here to make sure that that creates a tight fit around the sides. And then we'll be able to flip this down and attach the top.So, the back is pretty much, again, going to be the same as the front. So, this top portion is just going to slide over. And you just have to make sure that this fabric piece at the front passes through the middle. So, you should be able to reach it from the back, give it a good tug. You wanna make sure that it's even on both sides. That nothing is hung up on the sides either. Then we'll be able to fold this up and attach our Velcro. Now, last but not least, again, like I mentioned, just make sure that the seatbelt buckles are through so you can access them. You can flip this back up. So, after everything is adjusted how you like it, then you're all set to go.So, that is going to wrap it up for my review and install. Make sure you like and subscribe for more videos and products just like this, and always keep it right here at extremeterrain.com.
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