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Just got a 95 wrangler that has a ripped drivers seat. I'm redoing the inside, and wondered what seat covers you guys recommended.
 

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I would not recommend the cover king covers sold by quadratec. I ordered the coverkings front seat cover which came with the rear seat cover free for $169. After 2 weeks I had to send the driver seat cover back due to a stitching issue. Also they fade really fast. Within a few months my back seat cover looked more purple than black. And my jeep is garage kept and is not a daily driver. Very disappointed. And if I remember correctly, I had to convince them to replace my front seat cover by sending pictures and informing them that the stitching should not of been ripping apart in two weeks when I only drive the jeep 2x a week. It's not like I was getting in and out of the jeep 6x a day.
 

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I would not recommend the cover king covers sold by quadratec. I ordered the coverkings front seat cover which came with the rear seat cover free for $169. After 2 weeks I had to send the driver seat cover back due to a stitching issue. Also they fade really fast. Within a few months my back seat cover looked more purple than black. And my jeep is garage kept and is not a daily driver. Very disappointed. And if I remember correctly, I had to convince them to replace my front seat cover by sending pictures and informing them that the stitching should not of been ripping apart in two weeks when I only drive the jeep 2x a week. It's not like I was getting in and out of the jeep 6x a day.
My stitching was fine but faded fast
 

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I am using the weather proof black seat covers from Walmart. They fit my 95 perfectly and were just $12 for both shipped to my door. For the price you can't beat them.
 

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I'm using the Smittybilt seat covers with the PALS pouch system on the back. I thought it would kill two birds with one stone, since the cargo box I used to use to carry misc necessities in my old rig wouldn't fit into the Wrangler.

As seat covers, they work well enough. Pretty tough canvas. However, they don't really conform to the contours of the seat - especially with the weight of the pouches on the back. Too bad, because the "naked" bucket seat actually fit my body pretty well, for once, which was pretty nice on our curvy mountain roads.

As cargo carriers - again they work, but the pouches that they come with aren't very handy for the stuff that I have to tote. Too many fragmentation-grenade pouches, not enough dog snax pouches. And they prevent the rear seat from tumbling forward.

So, pretty much a compromise on both functions.
 
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