if you haven't bought the seats yet, I'd recommend you DON'T do it
I had them in mine for a while because when I got my Jeep, it needed seats BADLY, I already had the poly buckets in my garage and I couldn't afford a pair of "normal" seats at the time.
the angle most polys sit at will require quite a bit of effort to get in and out, the side bolsters are so high and they do not flex. they also put your legs (knees/lower thigh) right into the steering wheel. I had removed the stock wheel and installed a Grant 13"... I couldn't fit my hand between the wheel and my knee.... so I got a ridiculously small wheel, like 8" or so.
also, if you plan on driving for more than 10-15 min at a time, prepare to look like you peed your pants most of the time between May and October... they are HOT and do not breathe. Especially down in GA, even more so than I experienced here in upstate NY. that and there's NO cushioning... and the "padded cover" you can get for them is about 1/8" to 1/4" foam at best that really doesn't do anything for comfort
if it's for a pure off-road/mud machine then fine, you can hose them right off... but if it's even going to be a weekend driver for you, I think you'd be happier (and more comfortable) with just a pair of junkyard seats that you can replace every couple years as they wear out.
[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][COLOR="Blue"]Sean B. - Schenectady, NY - 95 YJ, 350/700r4/NP241, JB Shorty SYE, 8.8 rear, 2" BDS, 1" homebrew shackles, Daystar 1" BL, TJ flares, 35x12.50 General Grabber AT2 on 15x10 Bart D-Truckers, Polyshield polycarbonate windshield, HD over/under crossover steering
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