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1989 Jeep Wrangler Velour Seat Covers

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Great Seat Covers!

Reviewed By Todd S (Burlington, VT) Reviewed for a 2014 Jeep Wrangler —6/10/2011 5:43 AM

I purchased the seat covers to replace and exisiting set that I have had for over 6 years. They went on okay, but don't expect to do it in less than an hour and be sure to have a pair of pliers to help you with the installation.

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Seat Cover installation

Reviewed By Raymond D (North Bend, WA) Reviewed for a 2011 Jeep Wrangler —11/1/2010 5:47 PM

Great product that is well worth the price. One issue: The installation tabs in the back through which the straps pass to tighten the seat cover down are not placed in the best location. These tabs might have allowed easier installation on earlier models, but my 2010 tacoma regular cab has wiring with hard plastic covers running up the back for the seat airbags. The tabs are in the wronng place to easily go around these plastic covers. You can make it work, but somebody at the factory should update the plans for the assemblers.

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Coverking Velour seat covers

Reviewed By Agustin T (Palm Bay, FL) Reviewed for a 2003 Toyota Tacoma —5/12/2016 5:49 PM

These covers have that OEM look. The material is cushiony and thick not thin like other covers. The installation was rather simple, seams lined up nicely. Overall fit is pretty flawless, seat bottoms don't shift when getting in and out of the vehicle. I gave 3 stars for Quality because Coverking needs to improve their quality control. I had to restitch 2 armrest elastic straps, also the seat covers should be bagged (in case box gets wet)and not just tossed in the box.

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