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Hey, guys. So, today we're checking out the RedRock 4X4 custom front and rear seat covers in black, fitting all 2013 to 2018 JK Wranglers. So, if you're in search of a set of high-quality seat covers that's going to transform the protection, style, and comfort of the interior of your Wrangler, then this is going to be a great set to take a look into. Now, seat covers are an incredibly easy way to protect your seats from any damage happening to your factory cloth or your factory leather. If you have pets jumping in and out of your Jeep on a daily basis, if you have kids in the back spilling drinks, or if you take your Jeep off-roading a lot and you don't want any of that getting to your factory seats, seat covers are a great option, and this one by RedRock 4X4 is going to do a really good job at that. Now, these are also great to add some interior style or even cover up any imperfections that you may already have in your factory seats. Now, these are going to be made of a neoprene material, and they also are going to have a foam backing, so these will be incredibly comfortable while you are sitting inside your Jeep or your passengers are sitting inside your Jeep. And the neoprene is going to do a really good job at wicking any water away or any moisture, and it's going to, again, do a really good job at just protecting that cloth or that leather underneath. Now, these will also have a more custom fit, so the neoprene itself will be pretty forgiving. So, this is going to have a very form-fit design in comparison to some other choices, making them look like they came out of the factory per se. They have a really good fit in comparison to some other cloth options that don't do a lot of stretching.And on that note of the form-fit design, these are also going to offer complete coverage, even around the handles on the sides, again, just cleaning up the look of the interior of the Wrangler. Now, with that being said, these are going to come in at roughly $200, which is a pretty average price point for a neoprene seat cover on the page. Now, these, again, are going to have that custom-fit, that form-fit design. Some other choices may not cover around the sides completely like these do, or they're going to be made of a different material. Some options will be cloth, some will be nylon, but if you're looking for a very form-fit, again, that custom-fit design, then this is going to be one of the choices that you will want to check out. Now, this is also going to come in the color black as you can see here, but there are other options that may differ in color, like a gray color or a red color that are just going to switch up the interior styling. So, if you are looking to keep it simple but you also want a lot of protection and a lot of styling out of a seat cover for the front and the back of your 4-door JK, then this is going to be a great choice to take a look into.So, install is going to be incredibly easy. These only consist of a couple of buckles and zippers. So, this is going to get a one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter from me. It's going to take you no longer than 30 minutes to get these in your Jeep. So, speaking of that install, let's jump into that now. So, our first step to this install is just to take off our headrest. So, what I'm going to do is just lift it up a little bit. There's going to be two buttons on either side. One is to unlock it, one is just to adjust it. So, once those are both pressed in, we can take this off, put it to the side. This will be one of our last steps. So, I'm going to actually start with the bottom. So, what we're going to do is making sure that this is the correct side. You can tell by the outside corner that goes around the adjuster or the lever for the seat. We can go ahead and lay this in place, and we're going to take these two buckles at the back and stick them through. Now, I like to adjust the seat in order to do this. It makes it a little bit easier. So, I usually get them started with the seat back and then pull it all the way up, and we'll be able to reach around the back and pull them through. And that will kind of seat our cover in place. We want to make sure that it's tight around the seat. It's not interfering with our buckle here. We're just really going to just pull it as tight as we can.Now, with those buckles in the back, we're going to loop them underneath the seat, making sure that they're not in the way of any of the brackets or seat mechanics and just lay them at the front. Now, this part is going to be a little bit difficult to see just because it is underneath the seat, but you will be able to see this while you are doing this. Then what you're going to do is put the seat all the way back. There's going to be two buckles at the front, and we're just going to connect the two and pull the strap to tighten it down, and that's what's going to connect the bottom. So, you can even kind of see at the front here. This is a pretty long strap. It's going to go all the way to the front. We just want to make sure, again, that there is no interference with that lever for moving the seat and adjusting the seat. We're just going to pull it tight. Now, there are going to be two little bungees with hooks on either side. What I like to do is just wrap them around. There's going to be some wire underneath the seat. You can connect them to that. You can even connect the two on either side together. That's what's going to keep the sides down. Now, once the bottom is secure, we can work on the top. So, again, I like to pull the seat all the way forward. It makes it easier to work with. Then we're going to grab our cover, slip that over the top. So, we're going to have a decent amount of stretch to them too, so it should be easy to get those over. You're going to have two holes at the top that we can put around our headrest tie-downs here and then we can take this flap, and just like we did with those buckles, we're going to push this through the seat.Then we'll be able to pull this through the seat. That's going to tighten up the front and we're going to have Velcro on the back, so we can just tuck and secure. On this side, there's also going to be a little piece of Velcro. You may want to make sure that you go around that lever and secure it down. Last but not least, for our seat, we do have our headrest. So, you want to make sure that it's oriented in the correct way. The flap at the front is going to tuck underneath. That's going to give it a good, clean look from the front. Slip that over. Flip it over. You're going to have one piece of long Velcro on the back and then three tabs on the front. We're just going to evenly secure those down. Once that's on and adjusted, we can pop that right back into place. And that is our first front seat cover. We're going to repeat that on the other side and then head to the back. Now, we're going to repeat that process on the other side. Real quick, this is a perfect example of why you would want a seat cover. Seats get worn out, and this is definitely going to clean up the look of that. But we're just going to repeat this process over here now.So, the back is going to be very similar to the front, except for the fact that we have a full seat here that is separated into two pieces. We're going to have a smaller piece on this side and then a larger piece on the other side. Now, the other difference is that the headrest don't come off, so we have a little bit of a different setup when it comes to the top portion, but we're still going to start with the bottom and I'm going to start on the smaller section. So, what we're going to do is, just like the front, we're going to tuck it around the seat. We're going to have buckles on the outsides, though, or on the sides instead of the bungee cords like we did at the front. So, I'm just going to tuck these through and kind of get it situated. These two at the back are going to go through the crease again, and this whole flap is going to go through the crease too. Now, to pull it through, you can just grab the flap from underneath or the buckle and kind of pull on it. Make sure it's tight. This third strap is also going to go through. And what we're going to do is actually fold the seat and pull these straight through, then we're going to tuck them forward and secure them under like we did with the front. Now, instead of attaching the bungee cords, we're just going to horizontally strap these two buckles together. Pull the strap tight.Now, there is going to be some excess nylon here. We can just tuck that up into the existing straps and that'll clean up the look of underneath the seat. Now, we can move to the top. So, I like to pull the seat a little bit farther forward, just so we can get this top piece started. This is just going to slip over the top of the seat. We're going to have a zipper on this outer portion here, but we need to get everything in place before we can zipper that down. So, that is going to shimmy over the seat. We're going to push this flap through. We'll be able to secure that in just a second. We want to make sure that everything is in place. Then we're going to take this flap, making sure that the buckle is out of the way. Push that through the crease again, then we can actually just put the seat down and secure it this way. So, we're going to pull this flap through, lay it over, and Velcro that down. You'll be able to see the zip. We can completely zip that down. And then up at the top here, we're going to have some Velcro. This is just going to strap into itself. We're going to put this back up, and we're going to attach the headrest. Now, we're going to repeat that just for the larger portion.So, this side is essentially the same process, except for we have a bigger seat to work with. We have this middle section attached to our outer seat here, but it's going to be the same process. So, first, we're going to start by folding the seat a little bit and sticking the top flap and buckles through. We're going to have multiple up here. Now, for the top portion, our zipper is going to be in the center. We also want to make sure that our seatbelt is out. We're going to tuck this behind the seatbelt, wrap it around. Now, this portion actually has to go over, then we're going to tuck this flap through. Tuck this top flap through. Now, on the back here, I'm going to start with our zipper so we know that everything is in place. We're going to pull our flap completely through. Tuck that under. Last but not least, we just want to make sure that this is all on the corners there and pulled tight, then we're going to secure around our headrest up at the top. Put our seat back up and do some final adjustments. This corner may be a little bit tricky. So, after all of your seat covers are adjusted, then you're all set to go.So, that's going to wrap it up for my review and install. Make sure you like and subscribe, and for more videos and products just like this, always keep it right here at extremeterrain.com.
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