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It's Joe from ExtremeTerrain, and in this video, we're going over the RedRock 4x4 Custom Fit Front and Rear Seat Covers in Black, fitting all '18 and newer two-door JLs. Now, this is gonna be a great option for you if you're looking for a budget-friendly neoprene custom fit seat cover set to help protect your interior. So, first things first about these seat covers, let's talk build quality and what these are gonna be made out of. That is gonna be neoprene. Now, neoprene is like a wetsuit material, and that has a ton of benefits as far as a seat cover goes. It's soft, it's plush, it's stretchable, it's breathable, and most importantly, it's gonna beat off any water from any mud or spills that happen in your Jeep. These feature a black UV-resistant finish, which means they're gonna keep their nice dark black color throughout the length of your Jeep, and in my opinion, they're a perfect match for this interior, they look right at home. They also feature reinforced double stitching throughout all of these seat covers, which is great for durability's sake, and on top of that, they have a little bit of extra foam padding in there, which is great for the long road trip, just a little bit easier on the back end legs.Now, one thing I really wanna stress about these, it's gonna be the fit and finish. These are a perfect fit for the two-door Wrangler, one of the best seat covers I've seen in terms of fit and finish, and that really does make sense, because these are CAD-designed around the two-door Wrangler, so everything is measured perfectly. Now, everything is gonna line up perfect right out of the box. That includes the seatbelts, the lumbar support at least on the driver's side. And even the child seat anchors in the back, they all poke right through these seat covers so you could use that functionality without any problem whatsoever. Now, pricing for the set, and this is going to include the 2 front covers and everything you see here, including the rear cover, headrest, bottom cushion, back cushion, all that stuff, only looking at about 150 bucks.Now, if you're looking for a great set, I think that is a very, very small price to pay in terms of what you're getting here, and it's gonna be a great return on investment in the long run for your Jeep. The install here, not gonna be bad at all, definitely one out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter. Should take at most 30 minutes. There are no tools required either to get these installed on your Jeep. If you wanna take the top off like we did, of course, you'll need the T50 Torx bit, but without any further ado, let me show you what they'll look like.So, we're gonna start our install over on the passenger's side up here in the front. Now, before we go ahead and slide this over, you can see there are two holes right here for our headrest. So, we're gonna need to pop that out. It's really easy. At the bottom of each post, there's gonna be a little button for you to press in, and then this will pull right up the top. Then what we're gonna do is we're gonna take the seat cover. You wanna make sure you have the right one. There's two ways you could tell that. Number one, you're gonna have a flap on the outside. This is for the airbag and the seat, and number two, there's gonna be a hole at the top right here for the seat release lever.Now, once you have it at this point, you're gonna have this big flap at the bottom here. You're gonna push this in between the two cushions, and it's gonna meet up with some Velcro on the other side. Now, you can see there's a small problem that we ran into here, and that's that this piece right here is held down with an elastic strap that looks like that. Now, it's gonna be held down by the Velcro, so you could go ahead and reach underneath it and unhook that just like that. Then we can pull this up and get that seated like so. Now, at the top of the back cushion, we're gonna get our headrest restarted. And just to do that, just gonna work these holes around like those anchor points. They clean up the look a little bit. It's a little tight, you might need to loosen these up. I think it's fairly right there. Then you can go ahead and grab the headrest, pop that back in like that. And the headrest cover is just in Velcro. I'm just gonna pull down around like so and tuck together.The bottom cushion is gonna be just as simple really. We're gonna push these buckles in between the cushions again. They're gonna meet up and click into place like so. Then you can pull that tight. That's where all your tension is gonna be coming from. Out here on the sides, we do have a little bit of elastic with a hook on the end of it, and we're just gonna hook that onto whatever we can find, probably the seat rail. There's one on this side as well. Now, we're gonna reach over on both sides and get these hooks started too. Moving right along the driver's side, we're gonna do the same thing. Pop off that headrest, and we're just gonna feed this over the back cushion and get that pushed through at the bottom.Once we have this started, gonna reach under and unstrap those elastic straps, and then you can get that Velcroed down. And, again, we're gonna feed the seat cover underneath those headrest anchors and get that started in as well. And, again, this is just a bunch of Velcro. Pulls around like so just like that. The bottom is gonna be the same process too. However, we do have this right here. This is the hole for our lumbar support, so we're just gonna get that started around there as well. I'm just going to give myself a little bit of extra slackage here. You may push them through just that much here, flip it over. Now, we're just gonna get those two elastic hoops on the side. And then we're gonna get that Velcro around our lumbar support.So, the rear back cushion is just gonna be like a bigger version of the front back cushion. This is just gonna slide around these headrests here, which these headrests don't disconnect, but the holes are big enough in the seat cover. And then we're gonna push it in between the two cushions and get it Velcroed off from behind after we pull through all of our straps back here. We're just gonna pull through our straps. Make sure you don't forget about this one. And now you're gonna get everything situated at the top. Get that strap pulled through and this strap pulled through. Then from the front side, we're gonna push through this big curtainish piece so our Velcro can meet up with it in the back. We're gonna finish up the back cover with our headrest. Now, if you fold this down, you can go ahead and pull this up and through, and that's gonna Velcro on right back here. Now, you can pull the headrest back up. Same thing goes on this side. And the headrest covers, they're just some elastic, so that is just gonna slide over like so.So, now we're gonna do the bottom cushion in the rear. This is pretty much gonna be the same exact thing. This is actually a good idea to demonstrate how this is gonna look in general, because we're gonna end up folding this forward to buckle this in place. But now I'm just gonna feed through our stuff. And we're gonna get these buckles pushed through in between the cushions. And the buckles at the front, I'm just gonna tuck these up and underneath. So, now we're gonna hop around in the back. We're just gonna fold the rear seat forward. You can see our four buckles up there at the top. That makes things really easy. Just reach up here and get these started over that bracing. And we're just gonna buckle them in one by one. Now, what I'm gonna do with the hook is I'm actually gonna bring that in and just hook it right to that strap. Might even be able to stretch through the middle one. Then there's one more that goes all the way across the bottom right there. Pull that one tight, and that is gonna be it.Now, guys, that is gonna do it for me. That's also gonna do it for the RedRock 4x4 Custom Fit Front and Rear Seat Covers in Black, fitting all '18 and newer two-door JLs. As always, thank you so much for watching. Make sure you keep it right here at ExtremeTerrain for all things Jeep.
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