My head rests come off on the front seats. I have leather seats though. I went with Wet Okole seat covers although they were kinda .
Quote Originally Posted by RamSport47 Mopar offers the wetsuit seat covers at their site...Ive checked on them for my 06 KJ Unfortunately those are the ones with the separate head rest. My front seats are high rise. Thanks for the info though.
Quote Unfortunately those are the ones with the separate head rest. My front seats are high rise. Thanks for the info though. The one in the picture may be for low back seats but the part number 82209323 is for high back seat covers. You can verify this info (and get them much cheaper) on other mopar parts websites you just have to do a little searching for the best price. btw i have katzkin seat covers and they are much better than the original cloth seat covers...but not worth the price.
parts websites you just have to do a little searching for the best price. btw i have katzkin seat covers and they are much better than the original cloth seat covers...but not worth the price. This is confusing eh My back seats are low with the detached headrests but my front seats are high. The head rest is all together with the seat. So back seats are low and front seats are high. I saw on jeeps
Quote Originally Posted by r00tkanal Hi everyone I hope a question like this is ok here (its not very technical). I just drove home my 05 liberty sport crd and am in the market for seat covers. Any suggestions or pointers Are the jeep (oem) brand a good choice or are there better options out there from the aftermarket world Thanks there a section in the manual about installing seat covers and the airbag
I live in the mountains in California and got covers to keep the mud from working into the seats and so that if they did get dirty I could easily wash them off. I got the Jparts.com covers and love them. The only problem is that they get hot in the sun (duh they are black neopreme). I also have front and rear husky liner mud mats (more like buckets) to keep the mud from grinding into my carpet. So
Quote Originally Posted by VTNomad Ive got the OEM covers they were expensive but well worth the money. Ive got a couple of dogs do a lot of fishing mountain biking and hiking. The covers have held up to everything Ive thrown at them. They arent remotely heavy enough to affect the airbag sensor. I doubt anythig on the market would be. My only complaint is that when you fold the rear seat down then
The neoprene seat covers are a MUST if youve got a dog Between the dogs hair and her sharp nails I didnt think the upholstery in our 2005 liberty CRD could withstand the abuse so we ordered the seat covers the night we bought our vehicle.
I havent had any problems with the folding of the rear seats. The only issue Ive had with the rear seat cover is that occassionally after folding and unfolding the seats one of the seat belt buckles gets stuck under the covers and has to be coaxed back out. jeeps seat covers even come with nifty cutouts on the back so that I can still use my grocery hooks
steven73 while I understand your point of view my dog tracks a lot of crap into my jeep as well as I also live in the mountains and carry tools chain lumber and other not so clean materials. So seat covers would keep me from having to wash and or vaccum dirt and other crap out of my seats as often as I am. VTNomad thanks for the reply I was looking at getting the covers advertised on autotrucktoys.com
Limited & Renegade. Im not sure why they have 3 different prices. Jparts.com has them all for 276.25. Bet where they really save you is shippingonly 5.00 per item no matter how big or small. Heres the link httpwww.jparts.comshopitems.php...818.104.22.168 theyre about 50 bucks cheaper. And look exactly like the picture at httpwww.autotrucktoys.comliberty...vers-C509.aspx The rear also has the jeep
[QUOTEswyszomirski]steven73 while I understand your point of view my dog tracks a lot of crap into my jeep as well as I also live in the mountains and carry tools chain lumber and other not so clean materials. So seat covers would keep me from having to wash and or vaccum dirt and other crap out of my seats as often as I am. While I understand your point of view...I still find seat covers very much
Believe it or not they got seat cover cover s for those covers.. Next thing you know youve got a baklava cooking in your jeep.
I have one of those bissel green machines (the little ones) and I took a bottle with the solution and some water and tried to clean them with a rag- it seemed like it just made the spot bigger And on my lib there are massive stains everywhere. They are a little less noticable but I can see them and thats what matters. I dont want to go out to walmart and buy cheap seat covers and I dont want to order online and have them be of the same quality. ehhhhh
i have been in the market too the wet okole look like the best seat covers for an adventurous kind of person. ive been wanting a pair of them and a set of weathertec floor liners too. my kj is kind of a beater im a construction worker and its gets pretty nasty inside 2 weeks ago i decided to clean it up last time i did was when i bought it off a friend. i tired the little green machine and it didnt
My local carwash was running a deal for upholstery cleaning. I had them get all the seats and carpeting cleaned for around 30. Let me know if you find some good seat covers. I had some from Cabelas but I am not too thrilled with how they held up.
A number of Libby owners on another forum have used these covers from Iggee and are very pleased with them. They arent 23 bucks but theyre designed to look OEM - or at least very nice aftermarket. A friend put a set on his GMC 3500 and they look great. Warning They truly fit like a glove so its a squeeze getting them over some seats so best to take your seats out to install them. A fairly easy task on the Libbys front and back seats. Bob
whats wrong with sheep Actually seat covers are a waste of money. Youre paying for the upholstery why not use it. That car seat foam cleaner by Prestone cleans upholsterycarpet real well. I was impressed. If you have a steam cleaner brush attatchment...theyll do a good job too. seat covers never look right never fit right and just are way uncool in my opinion.
I have the factory covers on my Limited they are pricey but they do fit well. I have leather seats on my Mercedes I wish I had seat covers on it since new.
thanks GunJunkie.....I just never understood the reasons why people used seatcovers on new upholstery. So your car wears out from the outside in and youre left with brand new seats..... Doesnt make sense to me. The time to use seatcovers would be when your seats are all split and look like hell. Then its time to cover those babies up so you dont get a spring up your butt
Quote Originally Posted by billtex hyedipin Can you please post a link for those seat covers Ive never seen that particulat one on eBay. Ive been looking for a set that will fit my Sport. Not so much to keep the seats clean but to keep them dry from wet bathing suits and such. Thanks Bill Hey BillTex and Hyedipin Have you two ever checked out the seat covers on Mopar that advertise a wet suit like
Man I dont have pics of the inside of my jeep but if you look closely you can see the seat covers I have. They are custom made and very durable. They also look good because they form to your seat. The have mainly camo but may have other fabric colors as well. I have had great luck with them and would recommend them. Look closely like I said and they are Max4 HD camo. I dont know how to put up links
Mopar has wet suit style seat coversthe set includes FR covers for the seats.
I honestly believe it was 150. I know it isnt exactly cheap but they are worth it to me. Im sure you know how easy those seats stain and with the covers being custom so they form to the seats (which even the headrests and if you get the front seats 150 also you get a console cover as well) and dont look cheap and honestly like you had the seats redone. Now when you first put them on it may take a day
Personally I like the Iggees Iggee - jeep Or good waterproof neoprenes for a bit more Wet Okole jeep seat covers - Wet Okole Hawaii
Quote Originally Posted by 2jeeps0003 Does any one know of a place I can get good seat covers for an 03 renegade I have the leather seats and I dont want the mud to ruin them. Any suggestions Here you go.. httpwww.jeepforum.comforumf11lets-see-your-seat-covers-68058 You can so customize em. httpwetokole.netMerchant2mercha...tegory_CodeJP P.S. I hate Frogs
Quote Originally Posted by 2jeeps0003 Does any one know of a place I can get good seat covers for an 03 renegade I have the leather seats and I dont want the mud to ruin them. Any suggestions I have leather seats in my Renegade and Im a aircraft mechanic so I was extremely worried about hydraulic fluid getting on the seats that would ruin the leather. Trying to do a quick fix I got the cheap kind threw
Quote Originally Posted by missk I have leather seats in my Renegade and Im a aircraft mechanic so I was extremely worried about hydraulic fluid getting on the seats that would ruin the leather. Trying to do a quick fix I got the cheap kind threw them away quick then I tried some from Pepboys for about 40 and didnt like them either. I have come to this realization seat covers do not like leather. I guess you have to pay the to avoid the slip n slide. (but unless you like that little game) ROFL
Do those seat provide a bit more cushion I was thinking about some after market seat covers and want more cushion to them. Any pics I like the ideal of jeep logo on them.
Quote Originally Posted by Renegade04 Ive left the sunroof open overnite 2x in light rain. Needless to say it was not fun. Being simpleminded I know it will happen again so I ordered the Neoprane OEM seat covers to help protect the seats. They arrived yesterday and I installed them at lunch time. They fit great and look nice with The jeep logo embossed in them. I have all of them on except the rear
my rear seat cover came with the front seat cover which i bought from the dealer at almost 500 they are the wet okole kind...