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
Oh and P.S. It splits the back seats so you can still lay them down without a problem which is a plus
Yeah the Wet Okoles are definitely pricey. I like the jeep licensed ones the best but not having any luck finding the ones for the high back front seat. The jeep ones are only about 300 for both front seats and the back. The Wet Okoles are about 600 for both and in my opinion they dont look half as nice. I wonder if a dealer can order the jeep licensed
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
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
It would cost more to reholster the seats. I can see the catch 22 but the felt on the back of the seats is easier to tear than neoprene plus neoprene is easier to clean. Thank you Steven73 for pointing out the catch 22 it is a different viewpoint that I didnt think of...
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
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
Quote Originally Posted by hyedipin I have never seen or tried those wetsuit like material from Mopar. I really dont know how good they will fit. And with bare skin on them i doubt they will feel comfortable.. I checked with Mopar and they are neoprene fit over the seats as well as the back with the split. What do you think Does the Ebay version have something for the back seat Edgar
nope.. i looked for back seat but failed to find anything.. Front seats are good enough for me only problem is that they are for sport.. not for LTD so that worries me a lot..
Quote Originally Posted by hyedipin nope.. i looked for back seat but failed to find anything.. Front seats are good enough for me only problem is that they are for sport.. not for LTD so that worries me a lot.. Can I assume that the sport will fit the renegade Because it does not have a separate headrest like the limited but separate ones in the back. thanks Edgar
Stock I say around 16 city and 22-ish highway. On a tank I saw about 320 miles a tank combined or 17-18 mpg. With lift and 245 tires I see around 270 miles a tank so 14 mpg combined. I also added a roof rack at the same time as the lift and tires and I know that does not help either. My repairs on my jeep consisted of front axle and ball joint (covered under warranty even with the lift) and a window
Last year when I was looking at vehicles it came down to a liberty and an XTerra and they both were very similar. I think the XTerra has definately improved but I still prefer my jeep. In 2004 although both had 215hp I felt that the liberty felt quicker more powerful and overall was a better ride. Cargo space was identical mpg were similar and price was close. The main difference I noticed were the
I know what you mean. I have a Dalmation that has to be the worst at sheding Ive ever seen. It wasnt so bad to clean the Dodge Ram but the liberty is awful. My dog is usually in my jeep every weekend and we just cover the seats and back with sheets. Its ugly but effective. Good luck in finding your covers.
Quote Originally Posted by Art H I have an 03 liberty Sport with the cloth high back buckets. I will be installing heaters in the seats within a day or two. Had a look tonight to see just how big a job thisll be. Im told the seat covers are held on by Velcro and that part of it looks easy. There are a variety of wires going into the seats and I assume that one (some) of these relate to the airbag system.
Quote Nice did you do it yourself If so how hard was it What type of paint did you use Im just wondering if this is an easy thing to do without using professional services as the black looks so much nicer than the grey especially on a white jeep where theres black handles and mirrors. Yea did it myself over a weekend. There are two ways to do it...if you arent concerned about removing putting the flaresbumpers
Quote Originally Posted by 4.0v8eater Ive never had problems with any new jeep or new car before like this. Lower ball joints are a design flaw but im sure could be argued. Egr failers at 25k So when i hit 50k im going to have to pay 300 to fix lol. The trans is acting up and clunking alot from d to park. The first month of ownership the key was stuck in the ignition and wouldnt come out i had that
have 50K miles you should be using the now EPA required ULSD fuel(shipping out to distributors 102006) which will do away with the problems that cause the EGR valve to fail I agree the lower ball joints are a poor design every time you hit a bump they are trying to be ripped apart Im sure the engineer who came up with that design has been promoted to do something else like fabric selection for jeep
done doing) and provide a great spread of light not just narrow beams. The fog lights may look cheap as stated above but theyre very sturdy and dont require covers (Replacing Hella lights on my TJ due to desert rocks has educated me about strenght). Personally I dont see whats appealing about the frog eyes of the other non-Renegades- but I also think the original Willys MB is the best looking jeep
I went last night and got the compass. Looked around here are my impressions of the new Liberties vs. my 2003 Renegade. 1. I didnt like the new seats that are thinner. I love my current frontrear seats just fine. Very comfortable. The new seats looks cheap first of all. Thats just what hit me when I first saw them. When I sat on them they feel a little stiffer. On the plus side it seems to be lower
I believe that the Mopar cargo tray fits the cargo compartment when the back seats are up and is molded and has side ridges to catch a spill. The Mopar cargo liner fits from on top of the folded down back seats and then covers the entire back area all the way to the tailgate. I dont have pics. The Husky Brand floor mats and cargo liner are real good in my opinion. The Weathertech ones are also very
Quote Originally Posted by DaveJKJ I believe that the Mopar cargo tray fits the cargo compartment when the back seats are up and is molded and has side ridges to catch a spill. The Mopar cargo liner fits from on top of the folded down back seats and then covers the entire back area all the way to the tailgate. I dont have pics. The Husky Brand floor mats and cargo liner are real good in my opinion.
Quote Originally Posted by n3vqh Yup same problem with my 05.... Still considering what to do... maybe down the road when I hit close to the end of the warrenty Ill put up a fuss and have them replace em... Seems it happens most on the back seat bottom side bolsters... just from opening the door for a minute. Maybe some seat covers that wont stain.... and not the cheap wal-mart ones Mike They refuse
You know...I guess my dealer isnt all that bad...They did install my cargo liner...Even if they didnt allow it to uncurl first...They put it in for FREE They also was going to install my cargo net for a Freebie as well...But I found it didnt work for what I wanted it for. The 2004 style dont have the same brackets as a 2002-2003 model. And there isnt even instructions for my year. And...It sits far
Quote Originally Posted by EdgarNYU Get everything you want and can afford. TRUST ME. I wish I had the steering wheel radio contols. I wish I had gotten the hitch wiring and tow package. UConnect wouldve been nice too. Damn I still yearn for GPS so I wish i wouldve gotten the RB1. EVIC is useful. I dont have leather but I got the oem scuba type protectors for my high winged back Renegade seats. They
Quote Originally Posted by mission-inc Welcome aboard. Damn your interior is sooo cleaaaann I envy you and your interior. 2wd wtf Well atleast its not a liberty... Yeah my 96s seats have been badly stained... everytime I clean them w the carpet steamer those damn stains just end up comin back about a month later.... even after I had it professionally detailed. Ehh seat covers it is Edit Yeah id much rather have my XJ them some ford escape look-a-like aka liberty