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The funny thing is; a lot of Jeep owners tend to spend a lot of time, energy, and money on things for under the hood or for the exterior of the car.  However, when it comes to the inside they forget to gussy it up.     Below are a few ideas on how to make the interior of an older Jeep look like new again.

Black Neoprene Center Console Armrest Pad for Jeep Wrangler JK 2011-2012 by Rugged Ridge

Black Neoprene Center Console Armrest Pad for Jeep Wrangler JK 2011-2012 by Rugged Ridge

New or Add a Center Console

One of the easiest things to do inside a Jeep is to replace or install a new Jeep center console.  A lot of the older jeeps never had these, so there isn’t any place to lock up your valuables or (if you get the right one) hold your beverages.    Rugged Ridge makes a great one for 1976-1995 Jeep CJs that comes with a nice one made in black vinyl with a nice padded armrest, two cup holders, and a lock.

Front Trailmax High-Back Fixed Position Bucket Seat for Jeep 1976-02 CJ & Wrangler

Front Trailmax High-Back Fixed Position Bucket Seat for Jeep 1976-02 CJ & Wrangler

New Seats

A lot of the older Jeeps come with seats that are about as comfortable as sitting on a bumpy log all day.   Not only are they not comfortable they are not safe, especially for people who spend a good deal of time off-roading.   Jeep replacement seats can usually be had for less than a $150 per seat and are very simple to install in the comfort of your own garage.

MasterCraft 2" Dual Series Seat Harness

MasterCraft 2″ Dual Series Seat Harness

New Seat Belts

Seat belts are a very important piece of equipment no matter if you spend all your time on the highways or in the wilderness.  Old seat belts can easily get stuck or not function properly leading to some very dangerous situation.  Jeep replacement seat belts can be easily found in either the standard shoulder belt or in a variety of safety harness.

GRAB HANDLE PAIR NEOPRENE REAR COVER RED 07-10

GRAB HANDLE PAIR NEOPRENE REAR COVER RED 07-10

   Grab Handles

Of course any good Jeep off-road enthusiast knows that if you are going to have any fun out in the wilderness you need to install sturdy Jeep grab handles for your passengers.   Now we are not talking about your standard issue grab handles here.   We are talking about sturdy pieces of steel wrapped with a little padding.

High-Back Bucket Seat Covers For Jeep 1997-02 Wrangler

High-Back Bucket Seat Covers For Jeep 1997-02 Wrangler

Seat Covers with Storage

Once you get your new seats installed you will want to dress them up with removable/washable Jeep seat covers with a little storage in the back.  We love the Smitty Built G.E.A.R covers made of 600 Denier polyester and seven different pouches to store everything from a first aid kit to extra bottles of water.  The true genius about these kits is that they are easy to access while sitting in any seat and they will hold all loose objects in place.

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Seat Protector Pair Charcoal Gray Neoprene For 2007-Up Jeep Wrangler JK And Unlimited 4 Door


One of the things that is most commonly taken for granted in a Jeep are the seats. The seats are the first things that people see when they look into your Jeep. The seats are what people sit in whenever they ride in your Jeep. There is no denying that accidents happen – children color on seats, food gets smeared on them and drinks are spilt. Sometimes even mud can get on your seats and stain them. Nothing can destroy the pride you have in your Jeep like dirty and damaged seats.

That’s where Jeep seat covers come in. Seat covers are added to the seats in your Jeep to protect them from everything from spills to mud. They come in a variety of colors and you can add a lot of personality to your Jeep with them. You can add red and black seats if you’re bold, or cooler colors like blue and grey if you want something more relaxing. Many covers have pockets that will allow you to store things. Some of the pockets are on the sides and sometimes they are on the back of the seat.

Another great thing about seat covers is that if they do get dirty you can simply clean them. Sometimes you can simply wipe the seat and other times you can take the cover off and throw it in the washer. This is much easier to do than trying to clean the seats that came in your Jeep. They fasten on with zippers, velcro, or adjustable straps and are easily adjusted to fit around side airbags or even cup holders. There are accessories that you can add to the seat covers that can be of great use when you are off roading. For example, there is a hydration pack. This pack has straps that allow it to be hung on some seat covers – such as the G.E.A.R. Seat cover – and allows you to bring water along with you wherever you go. It holds 2.5 liters worth of water, so you never have to worry about running out of water. It’s also a great safety measure.

It’s worth it to get Jeep seat covers for the comfort, peace of mind, and great style. If you get tired of a style, you can simply replace it, so you never have to settle for seats.

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