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Old 04-11-2012, 09:30 AM   #1
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what seat covers to get?

Ive head neopreone seat covers fade really fast. I leave my top down so what are another good brand. I need tan and black ones also.

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Old 04-11-2012, 10:27 AM   #2
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Im in the exact same boat. But i only need one for the rear tho cause its ripping apart.

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I have had a couple different seat covers including the neoprene and overall the Bestop seat covers are the best. They are wicked rugged, haven't seemed to fade yet, and they clean up easy. I got mine covered in mud over the weekend and a little soap and water on a rag cleaned them right up, look just as they were brand new. Highly recommended.
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I just removed my neoprene seat covers due to purple color. Bought Best Top vinyl seat covers and installed. I really don't care for them either and don't recommend. The seat covers feel is like sitting on your soft top canvas.
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Ive heard best top is durable but ive also heard they arnt the most comfortable.
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Coverking will let u make ur covers how ever you want and out of what ever material u want
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I just called the stealership i mean dealership nd they want 259 just to replace the back of my rear seat. And no that doesnt include them doin it for me. And as sh*tty as it seems i still might do it just so i have he exact color match and i dont have to deal with a seat cover. Plust this ones lasted till now (from 05) at least i know wat kind of quality im getting nd ill get my moneys worth.(i think). Wat do u guys think to expencive?
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I just called the stealership i mean dealership nd they want 259 just to replace the back of my rear seat. And no that doesnt include them doin it for me. And as sh*tty as it seems i still might do it just so i have he exact color match and i dont have to deal with a seat cover. Plust this ones lasted till now (from 05) at least i know wat kind of quality im getting nd ill get my moneys worth.(i think). Wat do u guys think to expencive?
Idk for me wouldn't spend the money my front and back seats are totally different so I just went with covers cause its cheaper and my back seat is out all the time anyway when I load up a lot of gear.
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If I was buying seat covers today, this is what I would get:

Iggee synthetic leather seat covers

2003-2006 JEEP WRANGLER RUBICON S.LEATHER SEAT COVERS [JEP001]

Looks like they are on sale now too...
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If I was buying seat covers today, this is what I would get:

Iggee synthetic leather seat covers

2003-2006 JEEP WRANGLER RUBICON S.LEATHER SEAT COVERS [JEP001]

Looks like they are on sale now too...
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I'm getting those when i get home great price and i need to get a back seat also. Tan and black for my 98
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I bought some saddle blanket seat cover...they look great. My Jeep is Patriot Blue so it was hard to find something cool I liked. They do not fade, and they are well made.
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Not trying to be a smartass, but what exactly is the difference between "simulated leather" and "vinyl"?
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I'm getting those when i get home great price and i need to get a back seat also. Tan and black for my 98
I wish I could, but I just spent too much on a set of neoprene... that won't happen again.

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I bought some saddle blanket seat cover...they look great. My Jeep is Patriot Blue so it was hard to find something cool I liked. They do not fade, and they are well made.
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I'm not sure what those are made of, but I have this dog blanket/seat cover thing that is awesome. I forgot to zip things up good a couple of weeks ago and it rained in the back of the Jeep... I had that dog blanket on the back seat, it had water pooled in it about a half inch deep. The neoprene seats under it were bone dry. I wiped it off with a towel and in minutes it was dry too. I want seats made of that stuff.

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Not trying to be a smartass, but what exactly is the difference between "simulated leather" and "vinyl"?
Just a nice way of saying "PVC that looks like leather."
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Not trying to be a smartass, but what exactly is the difference between "simulated leather" and "vinyl"?
My understanding is there is No difference - should be the same. Aka PVC. Comes in many forms.
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If I was buying seat covers today, this is what I would get:

Iggee synthetic leather seat covers

2003-2006 JEEP WRANGLER RUBICON S.LEATHER SEAT COVERS [JEP001]

Looks like they are on sale now too...

This is what I have in mine for over 6 months now and they are great. Cant say enough good things about them, fit great, feel great, havent faded or stained yet. and they are easy to clean.



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Bestop all the way. Forget that expensive neoprene crap. They absorb moisture, and fade in the sun.
The fake leather ones...Meh...I would be afraid of them cracking or tearing eventually. They would be nice in all black.
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so i have a black 2012 wrangler unlimited sport with cloth seats... the seats will have air bags... recommendations as to seat covers????

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