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Merideth: If you're looking to protect your seats and keep them looking brand new while also getting a sporty look in the meantime for your 2018 or newer four-door JR Wrangler without the rear armrest, these Rough Country Neoprene front and rear seat covers in black will be a great option. These covers will protect your seats from any mud, dirt, pets, kids, spills, and really whatever else that you don't want getting on your factory fabrics, keeping them looking at brand new.Not only will these prevent any spills from getting to your fabric, but these will cover up any stains or imperfections that may already be there, giving a very finished look. Now, speaking of the look, these will also be a stylish seat cover with an all-black design to keep it very sleek and stealthy. These will have a form-fit look to them and will have the Rough Country branding right up at the top for a little bit of extra style.These will be made of a four-layer construction with foam padding and Neoprene material, which will offer a very fitted look and a comfortable design. Now, the Neoprene material will wick water away better than some other materials and will be very easy to take off, clean, and throw right back on whenever you need to. These will also incorporate heavy duty buckles and straps to make sure that these seat cover is not going to be sliding around and will include a large pocket on the back of the front seats for some additional storage inside the cab. Not to mention, these will be fully airbag compatible so you can keep some peace of mind while your seats remain fully functional.Getting into price, these will come in at roughly the $200 mark and I honestly think that's a great price for what you're getting here. Now, with this kit, this is going to, again, have a very form-fit design and a very sporty look while having full coverage, sheer seats. Now, other options in the category may not cover the entire seat or will come in a different material that may not be as comfortable, unlike this, that will have padding and is going to have a pretty good fitment. Not to mention, some may only come with just the front as where this is a full set, covering every inch of your factory fabrics.Now, I think if you're a fan of the seat cover look and want something that's comfortable and durable, then this seat cover set is going to be an awesome choice. As you can imagine, install is going to be pretty easy at a one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, taking you roughly 15 minutes to get the job done with no hand tools at all.Now, speaking of the install, one of our customers here has installed this on their JL and is gonna walk you through the install step by step. So that's gonna wrap it up for my review. Let's get into the installMan: Today, we are going to be installing the Rough Country Neoprene seat covers in our Jeep JL Sport. We've got the front and back seat covers. All right. First step, we're gonna work on the driver's seat chair first. We're gonna remove the headrest. And so to do that, we're gonna recline our chair back so we have room, and then we're gonna pull the two tabs up top and we should be able to just slide the top headrest right off, just like that.All right. Next, we're gonna be installing the lower seat for the driver's side. And you can tell it's the driver's side because it'll have this little hole here on the left side for the adjustment knob. So to install this, we're gonna unsnap these buckles and then we're gonna position it so we can get these straps tucked under the seat. And then we're just gonna start to work that cushion around the seat. And it's a lot of pulling and just working around. And then we'll go to the other side of the seat and kind of pull on those buckles.All right. So now we have our clip from the back side from under the seat, and we're now gonna snap it to the front buckle and we're gonna leave it kind of loose at first so that we have some wiggle room. So we won't tighten it all the way up quite yet. And then we're gonna do the same thing on the other side. Next, we're gonna take the side straps. There's one on each side, we're gonna tuck them under the seat and then we're gonna connect them together on the strap here.Next, we're gonna put the top part of the seat cover on the driver's side. So to tell that you have the driver's side is you'll have the Rough Country logo, and then also this pocket here is gonna face the outside towards the door. So now to apply this one on, we just un-Velcro this bottom and we're gonna open it up and we're just gonna slide it on the top part. And again, we're just gonna work it over the seat and we're gonna take this flap and tuck it underneath. It's just kind of a lot of pulling and tugging and just working around. I'll take this flap, tuck it under, and then we'll go to the backside and Velcro it to the other side.So next we're gonna come on the backside. And over here, this is part of the factory seat cover. We're gonna undo these straps that are connected on the back of the seat so that we now have access to the front side. So here, we're just gonna fold this up and we're just gonna tuck it on under to get that out of the way. And now we have access to the front cover that will just Velcro on to this side. Make sure we got this nice and tight, loop it up. This should Velcro right in place there, just like that.Next, we're gonna install the headrest seat cover. So we already have our headrest off of our driver's side and we can tell it's the driver's side because it has the Velcro on the bottom part. So now we're just gonna kind of insert this over the headrest, and again, we're gonna get it nice and tight, and then we're just gonna pull the Velcro over and just Velcro it together, making a nice tight fit. Perfect. Just like that. And then we're gonna install back on our driver's side seat. And then you may have to lean the chair back as well. And then that should give us more room. Perfect. Just like that.Now, we're gonna move on to the passenger side. It's the exact same way as the driver's side. Now, we're gonna do the, we have to recline the chair back again to get our headrest off. And we'll pull our tabs, pop that off, put it back here. And then we'll do the bottom seat cover as the same as the driver side, except it will not have a hole on the side for the seat adjustment.All right. So just like before we'll take the clips, tuck them under the seat, and then we'll work the cushion on. Just like that. And then we'll go to the other side and connect the straps. And once you got the front back straps connected, we'll then go ahead and take the side straps, just like on the driver's side, and connect these to each other under the seat.And now we'll take our top part of the seat cover. Again, it's gonna be the one with the Rough Country symbol, and then we want our opening here to be on the outside facing the door as well for the passenger side. And then same thing, un-Velcro the bottom and just work it over the seat. Just like so. And then make sure the two holes obviously go over where your headrest connects at to be able to reconnect it again. And then we'll take our soft cloth here and tuck it under the seat where we can then go to the backside and Velcro it together.Now we'll come to the backside and you can see here's our factory cloth. And then again, these two straps is what connects our factory cloth. So all we're gonna do is you just push in and they should release. All there is, is a tiny little clamp holding this together and it should come right off. And then again, we'll tuck this in behind our seat cover. Then here's our cloth from the other side, just Velcro together, just like so. And there's our seat cover installed.Now, we'll take our other headrest. It's just as identical as the driver's side with the Velcro straps at the bottom. And we'll do the same exact thing and work it over our headrest and then Velcro at the bottom and just kind of work it and get in into a position that you like. And then we'll put our chair back and slide the headrest back on just like so.Okay, next we're gonna move on to the rear seat. So for the rear seat, we're gonna start with the single seat here. So we can tell, obviously, because it has a single seat cushion on the bottom here. So we're gonna lay this out and we're gonna do the same thing, basically. We're gonna take the clips in the back, there's three of them, and we're gonna slide them underneath the seat.Then we have the three clips in the front we're gonna also slide under the seat. And then we have two on the side that we're actually gonna connect to each other underneath the seat from each side here. And then, just like before, we're gonna work it around the seat and kind of pull and tug on it, get a nice fit. And then we're gonna go underneath the seat and clip them together.We're gonna take our single rear seat top cover and we're gonna unzip the bottom left side to make more room. And then we're gonna un-Velcro the bottom and we're just gonna slide it right over the top here. And then just kind of work it around. And this'll probably be easier to lift the seat up forward as you're working it around. And again, we're gonna tuck this sleeve here under the seat, and then we have a couple of Velcro straps that we're gonna tuck under the headrest. And then we'll Velcro back on the other side. And here's our sleeve from the forward, and we'll Velcro on the back.We're gonna go ahead and kind of work it and make sure everything lines up, and go ahead and zip it up. Just like that. We'll install our headrest. You can tell easily, obviously by the shape of the headrest, it's much larger. The two are the same, so it doesn't matter which one you use. All you do is, no Velcros or anything on this. It's just elastic on the bottom. Nice and simple. Just slide it on just like that.Next, we're gonna do the double seat. So just like the other ones, but it's gonna be a lot more straps here. So basically, we're gonna lay it out first and then we're gonna do what we've been doing and take our straps and slide them under the seat. And then the only difference with this one is our side straps. Instead of connecting to each other, they're gonna connect to the frame bar underneath the seat. We'll get this stuff formed to the seat, get a nice fit, and then we'll go under the seat and connect the straps.All right, next, we're gonna do the top part of the seat. This one's just a little bit more awkward just because it's longer. But we're gonna start with the back. We're gonna unzip it in half and then we're also gonna undo the Vecro. And then we're gonna take this middle seat headrest off. And same thing, like on the driver's side, we just pinch the two buttons and slide it up and it pops right off. And then we're also on this one gonna slide under the seatbelt as well because we don't wanna cover the seatbelt up. And so that's what the zipper was for. So we'll take it, slide it under here. So now we got the seatbelt in front and we're just gonna work it around the seat.And again, take our front folds, tuck them under the seat. Then we have our Velcro we're gonna slide under the headrest. And I find it easier to slide this other seat down. And again, our front fold, put it under the seat. And then we have two the holes for the headrest. We're gonna line those up with our sockets here to put the headrest back in. And then we're gonna head to the back and zip it up and just kind of tighten everything down.All right, here we are on the back side. So you can see here's our unzipped part. So we're basically just gonna line up the zipper, zip it up. And then we have our front folds we'll pull nice and tight. We'll tuck them under the Velcro. Same thing with our second one. Now let's kind of work it, make sure everything lines up nicely. Now, we'll fold it back up.All right. So now we're gonna put our headrests on. So basically, mirror image of the other rear seat. Again, just the elastic, slide it right over. And obviously, we have the smaller one for the middle headrest, and same thing, basically just kind of slide it over with the elastic, just like so. And then we're just gonna pop it back in. Push those tabs. Perfect. Just like so.Merideth: So that's gonna wrap up for my review and the install of these Rough Country Neoprene front and rear seat covers in black, fitting all 2018 and newer four-door JL Wranglers without the rear armrest. For more videos and products just like this, remember to always keep it right here at extremeterrain.com.
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|Seat Cover Placement||Front & Rear|
|Seat Cover Color||Black|
|Seat Cover Material||Neoprene|
Protect Your Seats from Debris. If you want to keep your upholstery for your Jeep that you regularly take on off-road adventures clean, you may want to consider Rough Country Black Neoprene Front and Rear Seat Covers. Mud, moisture, and other similar debris can wreak havoc on your upholstery. These neoprene seat covers offer excellent protection against all those contaminants, as well as against potentially hazardous mold, mildew, and fungus. Not to mention, these covers fit snugly for a classy OE-style look and are easy to clean with mild soap and water.
Wear-Resistant, Multi-Layer Build Quality. Rough Country Black Neoprene Seat Covers uses 4 layers of high-quality foam padding in their construction, giving a comfortable feel. The covers’ high-grade neoprene outer layer is extremely resistant to wear, as it is quite soft to the touch. Moreover, these covers let you fully use your seat’s various functions including adjustments and airbags. They also come with useful pockets behind the two front seats. Finally, these covers feature a handsome black color.
Basic Installation. Rough Country Black Neoprene Front and Rear Seat Covers are designed to install without the use of any tools. These seat covers use built-in hook and loop straps for basic installation.
Covered by a 1-Year Limited Warranty. Rough Country Black Neoprene Front And Rear Seat Covers are covered by a 1-year limited warranty against manufacturing defects. Please visit the manufacturer’s website for more details.
Application. Rough Country Black Neoprene Front and Rear Seat Covers fit 2018-2023 Jeep Wrangler JL 4-door models. Will not fit with Jeep Wranglers equipped with Leather Seats or Fold Down Armrests in the Rear Seat.
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Simple installation for anyone.
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