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post #1 of 2 Old 06-15-2011, 05:09 AM Thread Starter
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Yes essentials question

Has anyone had to buy replacement covers (the yes not others)? I have a small tear in the middle of the rear seat somehow from my sons car seat and I have no idea how it got there, but I like the yes seat covers though I eventually want to install a set of marathon seat covers over them.

I guess I'm looking for the long haul as we plan on paying the Jk off and keeping it I would like to keep the interior in good order or at least have replacement back ups if that makes sense. It would be really cool if someone would get the yes fabric and make replacement roll bar covers!

I know this partly may belong in the wanted section as I would like to find a good or new set but the main part of this was to get the question answered of how much of a pain it was to order since it will probably be a dealer only item and then how hard was it to remove and reinstall them?

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post #2 of 2 Old 06-15-2011, 07:27 AM
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I would suggest you try to find some fabric glue or locate an upholstery repair shop to get a quote to fix the tear. Regardless spend some money on wet Okole seat covers for the front and rear. I think it will be cheaper in the long run. These covers fit like a glove, are water proof, washable & come on many designs. This way if your kid(s) spill just pull the cover off and wash. Also, they add a little more cushion to the seats and will protect the original Yes seats. Down the road just sell your JK with the covers on to hide the tear if you can't get it repaired.
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