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11-06-2014 03:55 AM
atsoca
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Originally Posted by l2abbit View Post
I was short budgeted on seat covers due to... Other necessities ...... Bumper , lift , tires, compressor.. hahaha BUT I went with a reliable name, being a AV guy i've always worn "dickies"....
I was pondering through "Hell"aka Wallmart.. and Founds these.
Dickies Seat Cover Protector, Black: Automotive : Walmart.com
Dickies Bench Seat Cover Protector, Black: Automotive : Walmart.com

I bought these to use only when I was off-roading... but they really have grown on me! I have a Big dog that always comes out on the trail and loves mudd. The last thing I wanted to do was trash my brand new seats... Now After playing in snow, rain , mud & about 10 trails these things look great! Toss them in the washer and boom!! Back in business & they only cost $40!
PROs
* Affordable
* Easy On Easy Off
* Cleaning
* Stops tears and cuts
* Water resistant

CONS

* NOT made FOR JEEP
* Hole can be cut for seat adjustment
* Loose fit
would they fit on a 2013 JKU?
10-28-2014 01:59 PM
happyfirst
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Originally Posted by freeltm View Post
I just installed the Iggee Synthetic Leather covers. I can't speak to longevity but they look great. Still need to work out a few wrinkles but I'm super impressed with how they look already.
We also installed some Iggee Synthetic Leather covers and they look great.

Hopefully they will last.
10-28-2014 01:29 PM
mrcarcrazy My iggees looked great until they fell apart (roughly 2yrs). they didn't really fall apart, but they did rip (not @ a seam). on the drivers outer bolster.
10-28-2014 01:20 PM
1quick1 Treks on a few months now and I approve. I don't see any reason these won't last at least 5 years.

10-26-2014 04:47 PM
Craig Sommerdorf I use a pair of pillow cases. Cost $1.99 at Goodwill
10-26-2014 11:14 AM
freeltm
Iggee

I just installed the Iggee Synthetic Leather covers. I can't speak to longevity but they look great. Still need to work out a few wrinkles but I'm super impressed with how they look already. Only thing negative is that they didn't send me enough of the little metal clips to finish the installation. I'll have to make a run to Ace Hardware.
10-24-2014 03:40 PM
Ronniejr37 OK, now these look pretty good. I have done the Wet Okole thing, got rid of them, serious fading of the neon colors after only a year.. did the Smillybilt GEAR covers, they suck, fit like a trash bag. These Treks look good. I sent them an email to see if they could do custom threading and piping, if they can, I am sold...


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Originally Posted by ciarraikerry View Post
Trek Armor full OD on my copperhead pearl WW. Needed a break from the all black interior. Added seat warmers to them during the install.
06-07-2014 08:07 PM
FloridaFeMan
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Originally Posted by stxrus View Post
Ordered Wet Okole and they should be here this week. I know several folks that have them on various vehicles. The longest wear is 3 years, the hardest wear is 14 months with an infant & serious beach work, every one that has them loves them. Being in the Caribbean we have heat, sun, salt & rain. The Okole's seem to worth here

A true report/evaluation forthcoming after they've been on for a while
Where in the Caribbean are you? I was just in Grand Cayman and Cozumel and was amazed by the number of Jeeps I saw.

I've heard nothing but good things about the Wet Okoles. I'm in Florida so I need covers that'll survive the elements as well.
06-01-2014 11:05 PM
stxrus Ordered Wet Okole and they should be here this week. I know several folks that have them on various vehicles. The longest wear is 3 years, the hardest wear is 14 months with an infant & serious beach work, every one that has them loves them. Being in the Caribbean we have heat, sun, salt & rain. The Okole's seem to worth here

A true report/evaluation forthcoming after they've been on for a while
04-06-2014 08:46 PM
ciarraikerry I would go for the trailer, too.
04-06-2014 02:36 PM
Darkfire
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Originally Posted by scipio337 View Post
Those are freaking beaut. I've been saving up for these for a while, but just found an m100 trailer for about the same price as front and rears.

Decisions, decisions!
Buy the trailer that would be a steal!!!!!!
04-06-2014 02:21 PM
scipio337 Those are freaking beaut. I've been saving up for these for a while, but just found an m100 trailer for about the same price as front and rears.

Decisions, decisions!
04-06-2014 07:05 AM
ciarraikerry Trek Armor full OD on my copperhead pearl WW. Needed a break from the all black interior. Added seat warmers to them during the install.
04-06-2014 03:09 AM
SoCalRubicon
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Originally Posted by Cshelton323 View Post

Will you post a pic when you get them on please? I am curious how they will look with the Anvil.
Will do!
04-05-2014 10:54 PM
fltopp1
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Originally Posted by Chrimbler View Post
Attachment 202836

I have Wet Okoles, only had them for about 2 months, so I cant comment on longevity, but they certainly fit and look great!
I have the dark blue wrangler (02) and I like the look of these. Ordering tonight. Thanks.
04-05-2014 09:52 PM
Cshelton323
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Originally Posted by SoCalRubicon View Post
My Trek Armor seat covers will be here Monday (I only ordered them from Northridge 4x4 on Wednesday!). Was lucky that they had Black/Graphite in stock. Needed something since I'm running topless and doorless now. If you mention that you are a forum member of WF they will give you 10% off your order
Will you post a pic when you get them on please? I am curious how they will look with the Anvil.
04-05-2014 09:33 PM
SoCalRubicon My Trek Armor seat covers will be here Monday (I only ordered them from Northridge 4x4 on Wednesday!). Was lucky that they had Black/Graphite in stock. Needed something since I'm running topless and doorless now.

If you mention that you are a forum member of WF they will give you 10% off your order
04-05-2014 09:20 PM
THPerez1972
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Originally Posted by GabrlJeep View Post
Curious ..> What made you go with Trek? I haven't pulled the trigger yet but any and all info's appreciated.
I'm former military and current law enforcement so I have a lot of molle stuff. My first thought was to go with the Smittybilt GEAR seat cover. I wasn't completely happy with the was the cover fit on the seat (it wasn't fitted) and I read a lot of bad reviews so I kept looking. I saw the Trek Armor covers and they were pretty close to what I was looking for. The molle webbing on the back of the seat allows for quite a bit of customizable storage. The molle on the side of the seat close to your leg allows for the mounting of anything you feel you might need within reach yet would like to have out of sight from most people. And they were fitted rather than "here's some straps and buckles so you can sorta cover up the fact that this wasn't made for your vehicle" look. I have a few other questions and concerns that I but when I called them up, the guy I talked to addressed them all. I was so pleased to the extent he went to address them that I placed an order at that time.
04-03-2014 02:44 PM
GabrlJeep
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Originally Posted by THPerez1972 View Post
Ok...after reading 600+ posts and seeing the different pictures and recommendations, I've ordered some Trek Armors in all coyote. It's gonna be a 4-6 week wait for them to come in. But it's alright. I don't mind. I didn't catch the guy's name of who I talked to but he was extremely insightful and helpful with getting me just what I wanted.
Curious ..> What made you go with Trek? I haven't pulled the trigger yet but any and all info's appreciated.

Thanks
04-03-2014 12:43 PM
THPerez1972 Ok...after reading 600+ posts and seeing the different pictures and recommendations, I've ordered some Trek Armors in all coyote. It's gonna be a 4-6 week wait for them to come in. But it's alright. I don't mind. I didn't catch the guy's name of who I talked to but he was extremely insightful and helpful with getting me just what I wanted.
02-26-2014 01:51 AM
bostongmw I bought leather take-off from ebay for $350 and had it installed locally for about $350. Great deal.
02-25-2014 03:37 PM
Hallvalla
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Originally Posted by Mudpupp View Post
I just bought Wet Okole and I absolutely love them! I was able to add a graphic, an awesome print and heat. I live in Tahoe so that is a big plus. They fit like a glove and took about 15 min to install the front and back. Pricey. $39 for graphics, $78 for both seat heaters, $264 front and $239. Don't know how to post pics but will try to figure it out. Lol
Live in Tahoe too. Seat heaters would be nice! Lots of wires to deal with?
02-15-2014 08:48 PM
Doctorsti
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Originally Posted by FiveBoro View Post
So another 6 months?
that sounds about right. I left a voicemail with Mitch I assume easily a week or more ago now. I think he was out of the office for a couple days. I figure I'm not going to waste a bunch of time hunting down the answer and if they make a seat cover compatible with airbags by May 1st then I will buy them. If not then I will simply spend my money elsewhere.
02-15-2014 07:42 PM
FiveBoro
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Originally Posted by supercazzola View Post
Trek armor wrote this to me the other day on Facebook: "we are waiting for a special thread from Europe and as soon as we have it we plan to do the testing."
So another 6 months?
02-15-2014 07:06 PM
marslim
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Originally Posted by tartangirl View Post
First, please allow me to aplogize in advance. I previously asked which year seatcovers would fit a 2014 JK Sport. I received several replies and thought that I bookmarked or kept a screenshot of the replies, but I cannot seem to find it now. All I can remember is that the headrest covers may not fit. Was there a seat change in model year 2011, therefore any seat covers from 2007-2010 would NOT fit 2011-2014 JK's? Thank you again.
I believe 07-10, 11-12, 13-14 are all different... i'm not 100% sure though
02-15-2014 01:30 PM
tartangirl
Seat Cover Fitment

First, please allow me to aplogize in advance. I previously asked which year seatcovers would fit a 2014 JK Sport. I received several replies and thought that I bookmarked or kept a screenshot of the replies, but I cannot seem to find it now. All I can remember is that the headrest covers may not fit. Was there a seat change in model year 2011, therefore any seat covers from 2007-2010 would NOT fit 2011-2014 JK's? Thank you again.
02-14-2014 08:19 AM
wfodfd Looks like the lady with the $10 towels from Target is a good way to go
02-14-2014 07:25 AM
supercazzola Trek armor wrote this to me the other day on Facebook: "we are waiting for a special thread from Europe and as soon as we have it we plan to do the testing."
02-13-2014 09:14 PM
brian d
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Originally Posted by wassup8687 View Post
Do they have a warranty?
Supposedly, but from what I read, they will try to weasel out of it.
02-13-2014 08:32 PM
wassup8687
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Originally Posted by brian d View Post


Heres my coverkings after about 6 months....
Do they have a warranty?
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