(approx) 45 Minutes
Simple installation for anyone.
It's Joe from ExtremeTerrain. In this video, we're going over the RedRock 4x4 Custom Fit Front and Rear Seat Covers in black, fitting all '18 and newer four-door JLs. Now, this is gonna be a great option for you if you're looking for a budget-friendly custom-fit neoprene set of seat covers to protect your interior. Now, these are made out of a wetsuit-like material called neoprene. Now, neoprene has a bunch of benefits. Just to run through the list here. It's very smooth. It's breathable. It's lightweight. It's soft, and most importantly, it's gonna beat off any liquids, muddy boots, any spills. This is gonna be a great defense against that, and an extra layer of protection over the top of your interior. These are finished in a UV-resistant black, which, on our JL here, it is a perfect match for the black interior.Couple of other great benefits about this seat cover set. Pretty much everything on here is double-stitch, so you get a little bit of reinforcement in there to make sure these things are nice and tough. On top of that, there's foam padding in each cover, bottom cushion cover, back cushion cover, all the headrests, and even the armrest in the back. All that has a little bit of extra padding in there just to make those long drives a little bit more comfortable. As you guys can see, a huge plus, at least in my book with this seat cover set is gonna be fit and finish. These are designed with the CAD drawings of the JL interior, so everything is gonna be a perfect match. Everything lines up correctly right out of the box, lumbar support, any seatbelt cutouts, all that stuff is gonna be spot-on, and I really appreciate that these things look right at home on our JL interior.So, next up, let's talk a little bit about pricing. Now, for the entire set, you're only looking at about 175 bucks, a budget-friendly price, to say the least, but for what you're getting here, I think that is way more than fair and really a great price to pay. These are a great set of seat covers, and no matter what you're looking for seat covers for, these are gonna be a great option.So, let's move on to the good stuff. Let me show you how to get these installed on your JL. Really simple. No tools required, just a set of seat covers. It's only some buckles and Velcro. For that, I'm gonna give it a one out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter. Should take you at most half an hour to 45 minutes. So, without any further ado, let me show you what it will look like.We're gonna start our install over here on the passenger front. Now, before we touch our seat cover, first thing we're gonna have to do, get this headrest out of here so we can pull this over the back cushion. It's gonna be really easy. All you do is pull this all the way up. There are two buttons on each post. Can press them both in and that'll pop right out like so. Throw that in the back for now. We'll come back for it later. Now, bringing our seat cover into play, obviously, you want the pocket here to be on the back of the seat. This hole on the outside. This is gonna be for the airbag in the seat, so you want to make sure that's over here, and this is basically just gonna slide over the top of this thing. Now, up top, you're gonna have these two holes right here, and what we're gonna do is actually feed those around the anchors for the headrest. Actually, this is a bit of a tight squeeze.Now that we have that set up like so, we can bring our headrest back in and that's gonna drop right back in place. Now, our headrest cover, this is basically just gonna be a sleeve that goes underneath of this thing, and it's gonna secure with some Velcro so that just pulls down like that back here, and force that all the way back and fold it over, and then you get these little tabs on the outside as well. Now, we're gonna jump back and secure our backrest cushion. At the bottom of this thing, you're gonna have this dress sort of material. What we're gonna do is push this in between the cushions to meet up with some Velcro on the back. Now, at the back of our seat, you're not gonna have a ton of access to that material mainly because of these. These elastic straps hold down this piece right here and if we go over here a little bit, you'll see that that one right there is gonna cause a problem. So those need to be disconnected, but that's okay because now we have the Velcro to hold that in place, just like that. You can give that a nice firm pull through, and we're just gonna smooth out that Velcro.This is the bottom cushion cover right here. You can see we have two straps in the middle. I'm actually gonna give myself some slack here. These are just gonna go under the cushion and then in the front, they're just gonna clip together like that. And then on the sides, we have both of these elastic straps with the hook on the end. These are just gonna hook on the seat rail or whatever we could find underneath the seat. So, again, flip that over, push through our buckles. Then I'm gonna bring this back, reach underneath, and strap it down. On the sides, don't forget about these hooks. We're just gonna reach underneath and strap those to whatever we can find. One thing to make a quick note of here. Stay away from any moving parts. You don't want to get that car in the seat rails as you're bringing this forward and back. There's also one right over here, and that is a squeeze.So now, we're gonna jump over to the driver side. We're going to repeat that same process. We're gonna start by pulling up that headrest, popping in both those clips, getting rid of that, and we can take the backrest and thread that down over top. And on the bottom, we're gonna push this in between the cushions again. On the back of the seat, reach underneath, unhook these elastic straps. So, that way, pull up this portion and get that started all the way through. Then we can attach the Velcro. On the top of the back cushion, we're just going to feed those anchors through, and then we can pop the headrest back in. And before we leave that, go ahead and pull that one on and attach it with the Velcro.Bottom cushion, gonna be the same deal as the other side. Start by loosening up those straps on the buckles. We're gonna pull them apart. And over here, this Velcro is going to go around our lumbar support, so I'm gonna open that up now and get this started. On both sides of the bottom cushion, we're gonna get these elastic straps with the hook started underneath, and while we're over here we could hook up the Velcro around our lumbar support. And lastly, we have this hook over here on the inside of the seat.So, that's the front seat done. Moving on to the rear seat, this is gonna be a similar process. A lot of Velcro back here. However, the headrest is gonna have to come off in the middle, and there's a zipper on the back, but this is really self-explanatory. Gonna crawl in here, get this headrest out of here first. Flipping this over, you can see this big zipper right here. That is gonna need to be opened up, and then this is gonna slide over. The 60 portion of this rear bench. This is 60%, over there is 40%.Now, up here by the headrest there is gonna be some Velcro. I'm gonna use this just to kind of hold things in place. It's gonna slide underneath like that, and then meet up at this side over here in two spots, and you can pop the headrest up. Now, back up at the front, we're gonna need to push these through in a second, but before we do, I'm gonna get that started around the middle portion. Now, the next thing we're gonna do is go ahead and grab these pieces right here. We're gonna push them in between the cushions so they can meet up with the Velcro in the back. Now, just to get things even better lined up, we're gonna do the zipper first. That's pretty much where it's gonna sit. And then grab these, pull them tight, stick it under our Velcro and push it into place. Now, with that installed, we can go ahead and put our headrest back in. And the cover for that just has some elastic on the back of it. Now, while we're on the topic of headrests, the bigger ones, they're just gonna slide right over the top and they have some elastic at the bottom to hold them on.Now, we're gonna do the bottom cushion cover. You can see there a ton of buckles on here. We're gonna unbuckle them all. Basically, push them in between the cushions. They'll meet up underneath. We've done this before. It's pretty self-explanatory at this point. Now, we're gonna do the same thing for the 40% section of the rear bench. Again, this is just Velcro at the bottom, some Velcro at the top, and a zipper on the side. Moving on to the bottom cover, this is gonna be the same thing. We got three buckles here and two elastic straps.Guys, that is gonna do it for my review and install of the RedRock 4x4 Custom Fit Front and Rear Seat Covers in black, fitting all '18 and newer four-door JLs. Thank you so much for watching, make sure you keep it right here at ExtremeTerrain for all things Jeep.
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(approx) 45 Minutes
Simple installation for anyone.
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