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Hey, guys, Adam here with americantrucks.com. And today, we're taking a quick look at and installing the Rough Country Neoprene Front Seat Covers in Black, available for the 2015 and newer F150. Now, as you can see, we're sitting in a brand new 2021 F150 and the first thing you might wanna do as a new truck owner, whether it's a used truck or new off the lot is protect your investment. In these front seats, of course, we have the cloth gray-black interior, and cloth, as opposed to leather, might be a little bit harder for you to clean. Now, if you're using your truck to its full potential, it's inevitable that you're tracking in dirt and mud and other debris that may make its way onto your seats, making it look dirty, making it look used, and diminishing that investment. Seat covers like these will protect that being resistant to mud, all of the weather elements, dirt, debris, and spills, just like your coffee in the morning. It's happened to everyone at one point or another, and you wanna make sure you've got that covered. Now, these seats from Rough Country are a great option because they have a neoprene exterior shell with four layers of foam padding on the internal to help make it comfortable as well. So, a big thing you wanna look out for for seat covers is not only the protection against the elements I mentioned, but also how comfortable they are and how they look on the inside of your truck.Some seat covers might do the job functionally, but might look pretty crappy in the form. So, when you look at the interior of your seats and you look at the interior of your truck, you might wanna look at your interior and think that it's OEM. This guy does blend in a lot more with its dark, black interior cover. And like I said, the interior four-layer bolstering gives you that added comfort, especially on the sides with the foam padding. Now, this isn't like some of the other seat covers that just lay on like a tarp or a blanket. This is gonna wrap around, hug the factory seat molding, and it's gonna strap on underneath and behind to make sure it stays on all the time. Some of the other seat covers may crunch up or fold while you're getting in and out of the truck, this guy is gonna stay in position no matter what you're doing on the inside. It's got three straps that go under the front, it's got three straps that go under the rear and they'll meet up underneath of the seat, so it's got a really taut finish at the front and back.It's also got a strap on the side that's closest to your door and it hooks around the seat buckle connector on the inside. So, no matter which way you move, no matter which way you're looking, it's gonna stay in place. It's also coming with headrest covers, now that's not something that other ones come with as well. This guy's got you covered from top to bottom. Finally, on the backside, it gives you a little bit more function if your truck didn't come with it, you've got a back seat pocket. On the backside of your passenger and driver seat, you have an additional pocket for some storage if you'd like to use that. Now some trucks, especially the higher packages may have come with that from the factory, our XLT that I'm sitting in now did not, so it's even adding functionality to the interior. One more thing to mention here with this seat cover in addition to its other functionalities is that it has the cutout there for the passenger and driver side airbags on the seat.Now, as you know, safety is a big concern for a lot of truck owners out there and the factory seats have airbags on the side, you can see the airbag tag. These seats have a small cutout there so that when the airbags do deploy, God forbid, this is gonna open up and allow the airbags to come through and maintain its safety functionality. But, when the airbags, of course, are not deploying on a regular day, the cutout there actually flaps over so it looks complete. It looks like it's not meant to open up, but it does, so that adds functionality as well that maybe other ones don't offer. Finally, it does come in other colors to match some of the other factory interior finishes like the charcoal. This one is black and it blends in really well with the one I'm sitting in now. Now, the price tag for this one comes in right around 120 bucks, and that's good for the pair. So you get that for the front passenger and driver seat, as you can see here, so it's a perfect match. Now we don't have the rear seats installed, which are sold separately, but if you decided just to get the front, it really does still blend in, even though the back seats don't necessarily match the front, it looks like it's pretty cohesive, but you could always round out that package by taking up the rear as well from Rough Country.Finally, guys, the last thing I wanna mention here is the RC logo. Now, logos aren't for everybody, I get that, but RC's got a really discreet logo in the middle here that's more of a charcoal gray finish, so it blends in really well, it's not sticking out like a sore thumb, but it is there so you can represent that brand name. Now, the install, of course, I'm giving it one out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter. Anybody can tackle this in the driveway at home with about 15 to 30 minutes from start to finish. It can be a little bit tricky just because you are strapping things under the seat, but it is doable in the driveway with absolutely no tools required. I'm gonna take you through the entire process, so what do you say we get started?For the install here, we're gonna start on our passenger side, but it's gonna be the same thing on the driver side. Now, the first thing you wanna do is pop your headrest off, that's gonna be done separately. There is a headrest cover included in the kit, but we're gonna take that off to make it easier to get the seat cover on itself. So, what you're gonna do is pinch that side, pop it up, and keep it moving doing the same thing on both sides. Just like that. Set it aside. Next up, you wanna take your seat cushion, they are side-specific. You wanna make sure you have the airbag opening on the airbag side of the seat. We're gonna droop the back over the back of the seat, and then we're gonna lay the bottom butt cushion over the butt portion.All right. So, you're basically just like dressing the seat, you're putting its shirt on right now. Pull it all the way down so that the holes for the headrest lineup. Again, this is gonna be a little bit of a tight squeeze, it's a tight fit in here. So you wanna make sure you're pushing it all the way down. You may need to hop into the back seat in order to finish it up. All right. There you go. You can see it tucks that back down there, now you can grab the front portion. Now what you're gonna do is lift up on the bottom portion and you'll see that there are three straps and they're connected. So, right now, we have to unconnect these or disconnect these rather, disconnect, disconnect, disconnect. These are gonna reconnect underneath of the seat, but before we do that, I'm gonna lift the top portions over that cushion there. This guy is gonna go right through the seat where the top back meets the bottom cushion. So right in that crack. You're gonna push this all the way through so that this strap comes out behind the seat. So, let's do that.All right. So, we're pushing that through all the way to the back. All right. You can you even go this way. All right. So, you can see on the backside, I have the strap, just like that. That's really gonna help anchor the seat down to the back cushion. All right. With the straps tucked into the bottom there, we're gonna tuck the front seat cushion here right around. You wanna make sure it wraps around the side where your seatbelt connector is. All right. It's got a little cutout for that as well so it doesn't get caught up, bring this down the side just like that. All right. So now the straps that we took over the front drooped over the front here, now we can push it under and connect them. Now that's going to be extremely difficult to see, it's almost impossible for you to see me connecting, but basically what you're gonna do is the three straps here, the male connectors are gonna strap into the female connectors that we just tucked underneath. They'll meet underneath the seat, so you're gonna have to reach under there and do some car yoga, connect them together, and then we can tuck this guy.Now, looking at the back of the seat, we have female connector one, connector two, connector three. Those are the ones we shoved through the bottom of the seat. Under the seat, you should have fed through the male connectors, that's this guy here, two in the middle and three all the way on the side. You're gonna connect the ones that you fed under the seat to the ones that you pushed through the seat, which are the female guys. So let's connect those next. All right. So let's take the male connector, we're gonna connect it to the female. Same thing for the middle. I just wanna make sure that the rope doesn't go all the way through, you wanna be able to tighten it down. All right. And then finally the last one. Once those are connected, you wanna tighten down the straps. Now, you'll notice before I tighten on the last one, there's a little eyelet here. These hooks hook onto that eyelet to help pull down the back to make sure that that's taut. So, once you tighten these guys, just like that, you wanna bring this all the way through and connect it to the eyelet. And again, it's really tough to see, but you're just gonna have to feel around for it to connect those guys. Just like that.So that's gonna keep that taut, and you can do that for the other two. Feel around for it, get your bearings, which one? The important thing here when you're connecting these guys is to make sure that those ropes are tight, otherwise, it won't have any tension. Perfect. Now that the back is taut with those three connected, we can move on to the front, finish up with our headrest and the side connector. Before we do the headrest, there's one more strap here on the side to prevent the seat cushion on the bottom from coming up. This guy you can wrap straight around to the back, it almost follows this body line, so it's not coming straight down this way and impeding upon the seat controls. So you wanna go straight back and hook it onto that same eyelet, if you can't get to the eyelet, you can almost hook it onto anything under the seat that can help hold tension on it, so it doesn't come out. Again, you wanna pull it straight back under the seat and hook it on. Perfect.All right. Now we can do our headrest. Now, whether you wanna put the headrest cover on with the headrest on the seat, or if you wanna do it separately, it's up to you. I'm gonna find it a little bit easier to do on the seat like this. So we're just gonna pop this guy in. You may wanna press it up against your body to help give you some leverage. So when you put it on, you wanna make sure these cutouts on the cover are on the same side as the headrest mounts. All right. You wanna seat it all the way down before you start with the Velcro. All right. So when you start here, pull this guy in, and connect to the Velcro to the middle. And do the same thing for the outsides. Now, before you mount the headrest, you wanna make sure this is a clean install. So you have to do it a couple of times, it might be a little bit of a trial and error process to make it seat completely flush and straight. Once you have that guy on, you should barely notice the connection in the middle there, and now we can mount it. Last step here is gonna be mounting your headrest. You just wanna make sure the cutouts on the seat cover line up with the holes to mount the headrest, pop this guy back in, slide it down. And while you can't see the buttons to adjust the headrest, you can easily get to them to adjust this wherever you need to, and now you can repeat this entire process on the driver side.Well, that's gonna wrap up my quick overview and install for the Rough Country Neoprene Front Seat Covers in Black, available for the '15 and newer F150. And, of course, you can get yours right here at americantrucks.com.
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|Seat Cover Placement||Front|
|Seat Cover Color||Black|
|Seat Cover Material||Neoprene|
Keep Dirt Away. Maintain your F-150's interior upholstery with a pair of Rough Country Black Neoprene Front Seat Covers. These classy seat Covers feature a neoprene outer shell that resists mud, moisture, and mildew making them ideal for trucks that see a lot of off-road adventures. Likewise, these Covers are designed to fit snugly for a great look and are easy to wash with mild soap and water.
Tough, Multi-Layer Build Quality. Rough Country Black Neoprene Seat Covers feature a 4-layer foam padding construction making them super comfortable. The Covers’ outer layer is made from high-quality neoprene that’s both tough while being soft to the touch. Additionally, these Covers enable you to make full use of your seat’s various functions, including adjustments, and air bags. Meanwhile, built-in rear pockets offer extra storage space. Finally, these Covers come in a classy black color.
Includes a 1-Year Limited Warranty Backing. Rough Country Black Neoprene Front Seat Covers include a 1-year limited warranty backing against manufacturing defects. Please visit the manufacturer’s website for more details.
Application. These Rough Country Black Neoprene Front Seat Covers fit all 2015-2023 Ford F-150 models.
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