PRP Seat Covers

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Mine took 5 weeks and change, FYI....





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How did you find out about the option to do this? I don't remember seeing it on their website....
You have to call them directly. Ask for Tiffany in customer reps.
 

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I just installed my PRP covers this week. It took about 5 weeks for them to arrive. After receiving some various black and red samples, I ended up going with Daytona black, carbon fiber accent and red stitching. I'm extremely pleased with the overall fit and finish! The carbon fiber is exactly the subtle detail accent I was looking for and the Daytona black has an extremely convincing "leather-like" feel.

A few misc notes and pics..
  • The Daytona black has a really similar feel and sheen to the factory leather steering wheel. It's also a bit more matte in person (which I like) than how the shininess looks in some of these pics.
  • The red PRP stitching is a bit more bright and vibrant than the factory red stitching, but it still blends in quite well.
  • The overall fit is much better than I was anticipating - hardly any "bunching" or loose areas. Only spot where I've noticed it is a couple thick seams (due to material folding on itself) and the driver seat bottom itself gets a bit loose after I've sat in it.
  • The backside of the rear seat car seat latch holes did not line up quite right and I had to cut them slightly to expand the opening.
  • There's a plastic piece that sits behind the rear middle seat head rest that would not click back into place after installing the cover - I suspect due to the added thickness and tension of the material. Fortunately, this head rest is never used/extended, so it holds the loose plastic piece in place.
  • The front of the center console is not as refined as everything else - there's a fold in the stitching and just feels loose. I'm 100% sure I have it installed correctly - I feel like there's really only one way to do it, but I shot PRP a mail and some pics just to confirm (and have not heard back yet)

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I just installed my PRP covers this week. It took about 5 weeks for them to arrive. After receiving some various black and red samples, I ended up going with Daytona black, carbon fiber accent and red stitching. I'm extremely pleased with the overall fit and finish! The carbon fiber is exactly the subtle detail accent I was looking for and the Daytona black has an extremely convincing "leather-like" feel.

A few misc notes and pics..
  • The Daytona black has a really similar feel and sheen to the factory leather steering wheel. It's also a bit more matte in person (which I like) than how the shininess looks in some of these pics.
  • The red PRP stitching is a bit more bright and vibrant than the factory red stitching, but it still blends in quite well.
  • The overall fit is much better than I was anticipating - hardly any "bunching" or loose areas. Only spot where I've noticed it is a couple thick seams (due to material folding on itself) and the driver seat bottom itself gets a bit loose after I've sat in it.
  • The backside of the rear seat car seat latch holes did not line up quite right and I had to cut them slightly to expand the opening.
  • There's a plastic piece that sits behind the rear middle seat head rest that would not click back into place after installing the cover - I suspect due to the added thickness and tension of the material. Fortunately, this head rest is never used/extended, so it holds the loose plastic piece in place.
  • The front of the center console is not as refined as everything else - there's a fold in the stitching and just feels loose. I'm 100% sure I have it installed correctly - I feel like there's really only one way to do it, but I shot PRP a mail and some pics just to confirm (and have not heard back yet)

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IMG_20200818_074827.jpg


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IMG_20200818_074843.jpg


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Those look really nice.
The red stitching makes em pop.
 

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You guys are starting to cost me a lot of money! I have to stop reading posts on the forum that don't have anything to do with mechanical questions!!!! I was all set to order a set of Bartac's but I really didn't want the molle setup and the basic covers looked kind of cheap. I liked the Carhartt covers that Coverking has but the grey color was too light. After reading everything on this thread and several others it sounds like the PRP seat covers are definitely winners.

Just ordered mine. Rather than black seats that would disappear in the interior, I went with Graphite Tweed with black stitching, dark grey vinyl for the back and the two shoulder accents. It's just the Commander in Chief (she gave final approval on the color choice) and me, no dogs, no kids, nobody else rides with us so the tweed will kick things up a notch while protecting the seats from wear and tear. I have a Sting Grey JL with the graphite colored dash insert so I think the color combination will go very well.
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I am in swfla, and the majority of the year. are these covers sticky?

Any different than leather would be?
 

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Got mine on the way. I’ll post pics once they’re installed.
 

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Got an interesting email today. I ordered the PRP seat covers last night and sent an email to them asking if they can leave off the label on the back of the headrest. Response - No, can leave off monogram on the front but not the label on the back. The interesting thing though was the header on the email was from Bestop. Apparently PRP is a Bestop company?
 

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