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Last Edited by mlacey3 August 24, 2016 at 11:37 AM
Jeep Seat Belt Cover Shoulder Pad Cushion (2 pcs) $3.27
seller on Amazon DrmHse


-Embroidered Logo, Velcro Opening for easy fit
-Avoid discomfort rubbing and irritation from the seat belt
-slips on easily, fits all type of car and car seats
-Add Style and Comfort to your ride!

https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-l...dition=new

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005BNG...g=UTF8&me=

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Thanks op!
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In for 2 so I can put these on all my seatbelts. Great little find, thanks OP
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Now you need to buy a Jeep to go with these.
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bounceYay! Didn't know I needed these. nod Smilie nod They will look good!
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Going to be seeing a lot of people with Jeep seat belt cushions who dont drive jeeps im guessing.
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I wish these were plane
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I kind of want to buy them so I have a excuse to buy a Jeep if only their reliability was not crap. I miss my Sahara edition.
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Yay! Didn't know I needed these. They will look good!
...preview of next episode of Hoarders.
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woot!

Reliability is crap? News to me, I only do oil and fluid changes and spark plugs every 30k.

115k and runs like new still and gets 25 MPG in town, 21 highway.
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woot!

Reliability is crap? News to me, I only do oil and fluid changes and spark plugs every 30k.

115k and runs like new still and gets 25 MPG in town, 21 highway.
Jeep reliability is well known to be terrible.
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woot!

Reliability is crap? News to me, I only do oil and fluid changes and spark plugs every 30k.

115k and runs like new still and gets 25 MPG in town, 21 highway.
I like the avatar pic, but you might be a bit biased. Also you might be very lucky. Jeep in the 90's was complete trash with engine and transmission problems. I got a 2000 Sahara edition, I was lucky only had a tranny problem but after decent mileage was put on. Currently the 2k models for the most part fixed their engine problems and some of their transmission issues (cherokee still has major problems) but even now are plagued with electronic/shifter/airbag problems. People complain so much they actually made their own website.

http://www.jeepproblems.com/

Its been rated one of the worst in reliability for ages.

https://www.consumeraffairs.com/n...21214.html

I mean anyone who does even a few quick google searches would know the crap jeep puts out. I still like them though, wrangler has always been my favorite. I would never EVER pay the kind of money they want for one brand new or even used now adays. They jacked the prices from the low to mid 20's where they should be, to the crazy prices they have now.
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Don't know about tranny issues, my advice on that is to not buy an automatic, Chrysler is not known for making reliable ones.

The straight six was the only good thing they got from AMC, the AMC inline 4 was garbage. Can't speak to pre-2000 models because I avoided anything with ugly square headlights (seriously who thought that looked good).

Also Chrysler Magnum engines were trash, all had intake gaskets fail because of a major design problem which was expensive or time-consuming to fix yourself. I think that scrap heap was put in Cherokees and Grands which hurt their image.

I guess I would agree that the other Jeep models have sketchy reliability, but all the Wrangler TJs I've had experience with were great. You shouldn't be driving anything but a Wrangler anyway, those other "Jeeps" are poor imitations of the original they shouldn't be allowed to carry the name!
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I like the avatar pic, but you might be a bit biased. Also you might be very lucky. Jeep in the 90's was complete trash with engine and transmission problems. I got a 2000 Sahara edition, I was lucky only had a tranny problem but after decent mileage was put on. Currently the 2k models for the most part fixed their engine problems and some of their transmission issues (cherokee still has major problems) but even now are plagued with electronic/shifter/airbag problems. People complain so much they actually made their own website.

http://www.jeepproblems.com/

Its been rated one of the worst in reliability for ages.

https://www.consumeraffairs.com/n...21214.html [consumeraffairs.com]

I mean anyone who does even a few quick google searches would know the crap jeep puts out. I still like them though, wrangler has always been my favorite. I would never EVER pay the kind of money they want for one brand new or even used now adays. They jacked the prices from the low to mid 20's where they should be, to the crazy prices they have now.
On a side note Wrangler parts are cheap, they're easy to work on, and their insurance rates are very cheap. That and the fact that they hold their value unbelievably well negates a lot of the maintenance and reliability issues.
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Don't know about tranny issues, my advice on that is to not buy an automatic, Chrysler is not known for making reliable ones.

The straight six was the only good thing they got from AMC, the AMC inline 4 was garbage. Can't speak to pre-2000 models because I avoided anything with ugly square headlights (seriously who thought that looked good).

Also Chrysler Magnum engines were trash, all had intake gaskets fail because of a major design problem which was expensive or time-consuming to fix yourself. I think that scrap heap was put in Cherokees and Grands which hurt their image.

I guess I would agree that the other Jeep models have sketchy reliability, but all the Wrangler TJs I've had experience with were great. You shouldn't be driving anything but a Wrangler anyway, those other "Jeeps" are poor imitations of the original they shouldn't be allowed to carry the name!
Like I said always liked wranglers, but even they have their issues. I am just saying people should know what they are buying.

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On a side note Wrangler parts are cheap, they're easy to work on, and their insurance rates are very cheap. That and the fact that they hold their value unbelievably well negates a lot of the maintenance and reliability issues.
They dont really hold their value, people just dont want to take a loss on a great expense so they wont sell for what they are really worth. Paying 35-37k for a top of a line wrangler when they should be no more then 25-27k. You said it yourself the parts are cheap so why the increase in price. I rather just buy a Jeep for dirt cheap after a wreck and rebuild it.

I dont think it negates it that much, when you have a car that has to be in the shop every month it becomes a inconvenience, from standard maintenance to minor issues to recall fixes it adds up.

Eck just looked up the rubicon its closer to $40k now and gets crap 17/21 mileage...
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