|07-16-2013 09:06 AM|
|DetroitRodeo||I painted mine. Here is a pic of the work in progress. Painted them 6 months ago still holding up to the mud and power Washings afterwards. Oh and it was cheap! Did it because my jeep wasn't a DD, but after seeing the results I'd do it again in a heart beat. Looks like brand new black seats now. You'll need about two cans per seat if you go this route.|
|07-16-2013 07:29 AM|
|Bigkidneys||I bought some iggee seat covers recently and can't speak more highly of them! Top notch fit, many colors to choose from, paid $300 shipped for all three or you can get just the fronts for $179. Waterproof, stain proof, fit perfect, and great material and not shit stuff. Check em out on eBay.|
|07-16-2013 12:29 AM|
|JCizzle||I have never heard of painting seats. Sounds messy. But I did just change my seats to corbeau baja rs seats and bench. They are great. I know there's a write up on here somewhere by another member.|
|07-16-2013 12:15 AM|
Just installed the TrekArmor seat covers. I was impressed by the fit. Love them so far.
Trek Armor, Supreme Front Seat Covers, Pair, Black & Khaki TATJSC9702FPBK
|07-15-2013 11:13 PM|
|Cameron138||Bump, painting seats?|
|07-15-2013 10:46 PM|
|JenyGirl||Return the 90$ crap covers and just get yourself some good ones that fit :-) I had mine on for years now. No issues And they weren't even that expensive|
|07-15-2013 10:43 PM|
New seat, or seat covers, or something.
So I have stock 97 seats and I really don't like the design, so I went and bout 90 dollar crap seat covers and of course, they ripped and are baggy. Anyone have any solution? Either painting my seats? New seat, or seat covers. Please be easy on my wallet and my jeep is dark blue by the way, the interior is gray and black