The Sahara Cloth Seats
As you can see in the slideshow below, they have beautiful stitching on front and back.
Diver Down Seat Covers
So now that I determined that I wanted seat covers, I started looking around. The Diver Downs were the cheapest, well made, covers I could find that has a company that stands behind them. Unlike my last covers, these are thick in front and back. They have tons of straps to make sure they stay put, as well. They also have pockets in the back of the front seat, so I can still put my umbrella in there.
As for the color, I had a hard time deciding. Most of the teams I like are blue, so I thought about getting the Black and Blue covers. However, I eventually decided on Red and Black. The main reason is that red pops when it is on black. If you have seen my Den pics, you should know that I like that combo. I have also used it sparingly inmy office. The other reason I chose red is that it is a common color for Jeep accessories, so I can stay with the color for grab bars, D Rings, etc.
Below is a slide show of the new covers in my Jeep.
However, I am very happy that I spent the money on these rather than getting a no-name brand from Ebay that could have a similar issue, but without anyone to stand behind the product.
Cushioning is good?!
I have heated seats, so I called Quadratec to be sure these would be fine with them before ordering. I tested the seats and they take a little longer to heat up, but they generate about the same amount of heat as the regular seats. I should also note that my Jeep did not come with side Airbags, but they have a slot in the covers for them and you can't order them without it. Not a big deal, but worth mentioning.
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