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    warm bum

    anyone have the skinny on heated seat covers ..need them for 19' 2 door...
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    didn't @PCO6 just install some in one of his 37 Jeeps

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    yes.. but he installed his under factory covers ..great idea
    I just wanted to see if anyone has any info on heated covers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullwinkle View Post
    didn't @PCO6 just install some in one of his 37 Jeeps
    Knock it off … eh. I've only owned 7. The good news is that I still have 4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose View Post
    yes.. but he installed his under factory covers ..great idea
    I just wanted to see if anyone has any info on heated covers
    Duct tape? Seriously though, they do exist. I've also heard that the pads that sit on top of the seats are pretty good. CTC?

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    The wife had one of them ones that sit on top of the seat. It worked pretty good and she liked it but... I didn't really like it because I found it bulky and annoying to be sitting on it. But that's coming from a guy that doesn't even like normal seat covers because of the way they feel sitting on them.

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    lol....I get it
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    I've got em in the jeep. Used wet oakly covers, it's an option as well as inflatable lumbar support.

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    heated wet okles ?? ...hmm
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    It does take a bit of time for the heat to get through the neoprene.

 

 

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