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Old 07-14-2015, 12:34 PM
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Seat Covers and Speakers

Hello YJF,

I tried to post this question last night but did not see it, not sure what's up. Anyhow, bought a set of YJ specific seat covers and they suck so bad I am not even going to put them on, they are cheap, thin, and do not fit correctly. I will get the part #s and post them so noboby else wastes their money.
Anyhow, the ones I took off that finally wore out had stitched padding underneath neoprene type material. Does anyone have a quality brand they can recommend? Also looking for some kick ass marine 6x9s that have no problem being amplified (and splashed).

All help is appreciated!

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Old 07-18-2015, 01:27 PM   #2
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There are several manufacturers that make the neoprene seat covers - Wet Okole, Cover King, Ruggged Ridge to name a few. I have the Cover Kings in mine, Quadratec has a deal where if you buy the front two you get the rear for free
https://www.quadratec.com/products/14312_200X_PG.htm

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I have the quadratec deal ones, they faded bad. Now i take the top off for the summer and didnt even bother with the bikini top yet. They are comfortable, and durable, I will try sprayin them with fabric spray paint stuff. So basically 2 summers and the black looks like purple.

and i put a quality non marine speaker in mine, I never had an issue with the water tho. I went with kickers and mcintosh speakers.
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I have cabelas trail gear covers. They're waterproof and light weight, so they do what I want. They arent neoprene though, so I don't know how cold they'll get in the winter.
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