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Old 12-02-2009, 10:28 PM   #1
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Smittybilt G.E.A.R. Seat Covers

Anybody have these on a 2003 -2006 TJ seat? I'm curious as to how well they fit before getting one. Pics would be great!




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Old 12-03-2009, 11:38 AM   #2
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no but those are cool as hell

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Old 12-03-2009, 11:44 AM   #3
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I hear theyre cool and all, but the buckle near the lumbar position of your back digs in from that seat cover. Look on Jeep Forum though, i know a couple them have gotten it.
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I hear theyre cool and all, but the buckle near the lumbar position of your back digs in from that seat cover. Look on Jeep Forum though, i know a couple them have gotten it.
I'm only planning on getting one for the passenger seat, so that's not a deal breaker for me . . . that seat is reserved for my co-pilot Turbo anyway and he won't care. I just didn't know if the shape of the top section by the headrest will fit nicely. I think I just might have to ask Santa for one of these.
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I can just see myself... going through 7 zippered pockets every time looking for something I put in there but can't remember which pocket I put it in.
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Wow those are bad ass....where did you find those?
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I think 4wd.com has buy the front two and you get a camelback for free? ha dont think thats a dealbreaker also.

Dont you think it would look a little awkward too with only seat?

I was actually thinking about getting those seat covers one day also
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Old 12-03-2009, 11:59 AM   #8
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Installed SmittyBuilt seat covers

I believe that are those seat covers youre asking about

Very last post talks about the headrest
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Dont you think it would look a little awkward too with only seat?

Thanks for posting up the link . . . I've got a TJ, but I think it'll fit more or less like the JK . . . I think I'm going to get one. I don't care too much about the passenger and driver seats not matching, most the time that seat has a bag set up for my dog anyway. I may end up swaping out the driver seat for a nice seat like a Mastercraft or something anyway.
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I hear ya, the pass seat is for my husky anyway she goes everywhere with me. I think I'm going to get one to for the passenger seat, probably all black.
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If any of you TJ guys get them post up some real pics...that one rear shot from a JK is about worthless for my purposes.

I like the look...all hardcore looking. even though My offroading consists of cutting through alleys to park @ the hospital w/o a ticket. (those parking Nazi's stole all the employee parking, and now expect me to walk an additional 2 blocks....so I "invent" new parking locations)
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There's a company called Duluth Trading that sells a bunch of car seat organizers. Also some great car seat covers for your dog.
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