(approx) 45 Minutes
Simple installation for anyone.
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Hey, guys. It's Sara with extremeterrain.com, and today we have a review and install of the TruShield Neoprene Front and Rear Seat Covers in Black, fitting your '18 and newer Jeep Wrangler JL four-door. These are perfect for the Jeep owner who wants to protect their factory seats from wear and tear and wants a set that offers complete coverage for your front and rear with an OE appearance. These seat covers protect your seats from excessive wear and tear from daily use off-roading and even sun exposure. They feature four-layer construction with foam-backed padding for maximum comfort and feature a UV-treated neoprene shell that is water-resistant. The kit covers both the front and rear seats, as I said before, and includes headrest covers for ultimate protection. And they also feature reinforced seams for durability.So, as far as price goes, this kit comes in at around $200, which is middle to higher-end price-wise when compared to other options. And for your money, you are getting a full front and rear kit that molds to your seats to give you that factory appearance. And as far as the install goes, I'm giving this one a very easy one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. It may take you a bit to get the seat covers sitting exactly where you want them, but no tools are required and you can get it done within 30 minutes. So, with that said, let's check out the install. All right.So, before we can install our front seat cover, we do need to remove the headrest. So, what you're gonna do is pinch the side and pull upwards. Pinch the sides to release and pull up. Grab your seat cover and slide it over the top of your seat. Grab this felt piece and tuck it through the back of the seat. Unhook the factory elastics so this piece is moving freely, then reach underneath and pull down the felt that you push through the front side. Tuck this all in as best as you can. Pull the felt through and Velcro it down. Grab the bottom portion of your seat cover. The driver's side has this opening on the side here, so make sure you're grabbing the proper one. Make sure the cover is on the far side of the handle. Line up the seat cover around the knob and Velcro it in place. Tuck this underneath your seat and you're gonna hook it to a strap that's exactly on the other side. Slide your buckles with straps through the opening in the seat. Pull the strap out from underneath the seat, run it under the entire seat, and clip it into the buckle at the front. Grab the strap and make sure that you pull it tight. There's also another one right next to it a little bit farther on the other side, make sure you clip that one as well.All right. Now, we can do the headrest cover. Just slide it into the opening on the bottom with the three flaps will be on the front. Now, what we're gonna do is tuck the Velcro to the back and then tuck each side around. Now, we can install it back on the Jeep. Line up the posts for the headrest cover. Pinch the sides and slide it in. All right. Now that we have the driver's seat done, we can repeat that process with the passenger's seat. All right. Now, we can move on to the rear seat covers and we're gonna start by removing the rear center headrest. Pull up on the center headrest. Pinch the sides similar to the front and remove it. And we're gonna fold down this one side seat so we have a little bit more room to install the top cover on these two.Now, we can install the cover over top of the remaining headrest. Start to get it lined up, but then what you're gonna need to do is go underneath the center seat belt with the rest of your cover. Grab the felt pieces similar to the front and tuck them through the seat. Fold the headrest a little so that you can slide this piece underneath it and then we can attach it at the back. Attach the Velcro behind your headrest. Right next to it there will be a zipper, you're gonna install that. Pull the felt through the seat. Line it up and Velcro down the cover. Now, we can install the bottom portion of the seat cover. Line it up and slide it in place, sliding this piece between the seats. We're gonna slide each buckle and strap through the seat similar to how you did the front seats. Make sure you pull out the factory seat belt when you're doing this. There are several straps that go from front to back and one long one that goes from side to side. We're gonna start by connecting the long one and then connect the rest of the straps.Once you connect it, pull it tight. Let's move on to the rest of the straps. Now, we folded down the other side and we folded up this driver's side, we're gonna repeat all those steps for the driver's side. This might be a little bit hard to see, but make sure the far side of the cover is tucked in and we're gonna zipper it down. Moving on to the bottom part. Now, we're moving on to the clips similar to the other side. Fasten the buckles and pull the straps tight. Now, you can reinstall your center headrest. We're only going about halfway down because we're also going to install the headrest cover. This one just slides right over top. And slide the covers over the other two headrests.All right. So, that is gonna do it for the review and install of these seat covers. And remember for all things Jeep, keep it at extremeterrain.com.
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(approx) 45 Minutes
Simple installation for anyone.
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