Classic Accessories UTV Seat Cover Installation - 2015 Polaris Ranger

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How to Install the Classic Accessories UTV Seat Cover on a 2015 Polaris Ranger


Adam: Hi, everybody. Adam with etrailer. Today we have a 2015 Polaris Ranger 570 and we're going to be taking a look at the QuadGear Extreme Bench Seat Covers for your Ranger. It's going to be great because I always have my pup in here and I'm usually doing work. This is just going to protect my seats, so I just don't get those rips that you see over time. So let's go ahead and get to work.

I know.Whether you're just covering up some rips in your seats that accumulated over the hours and hours of work you guys have done or if you just got a new Ranger with some nice seats and you know you're going to put them through quite a lot of stuff, this is going to be a great way to protect them from any more damage happening or any damage to happen from the start. It is going to be water-resistant so you don't have to worry about some of those oils or water or whatever it may be kind of seeping through onto your seats. It's going to protect them inside and out. It is a relatively nicer fit. Not necessarily the best fit, but at the end of the day they're just not going to come off and they're going to protect your seats and that's what I'm looking for.Being water-resistant, it's going to be extremely easy to clean.

If you got a washer at home you can throw it in there or if you just get some mud on there, get it a little dirty kind of like that, it's going to be relatively easy to clean. You just take some water, put it on there. You see how it kind of beads up You know it's not going to get to the underneath your seat, but simple as that. It's just as clean as it was when we took it out of the box. Super easy.

Even if it's months and months of you not cleaning it, I think it'll clean up pretty nicely. You can even take a hose to it. High pressure if you want. It's really going to handle quite a bit of abuse.Also, if you have some tools in your pockets and you're kind of sliding around, it is going to be abrasion-resistant. I'm really putting some force on that and I'm really not damaging them whatsoever.

If I did that on the actual seat covers seats themself we're going to see some rippage after a while.Now, we're going to go ahead and install the bottom portion of our covers first. So head on over. It should just be pretty simple. Start with one end and just fit it around. We can pull up the seat too if it makes it easier for you guys. Just kind of get seated into place for now. Then I'm going to go ahead and stretch it all the way over to the other side just like that. We're going to have some hook and loops. That's going to pretty much just go under and on the other side, we're going to have the other end of them. It's not the biggest gap here, but plenty of room to be able to get these hook and loop straps through. Alrighty. So, try to get it as tight as you can and then connect it down like that. I'm going to do the same exact thing for the other side.So now with both of those straps secured and in place, we're going to have one other bit of adjustment. We have a little bit of flap, loosey-gooseyness going on over here, but all we got to do is take this little string here, squeeze it in, and pull it. That's going to get most of that slack out and that'll just help with that fitment a little bit more. At the end of the day, it's definitely going to get the job done in covering everything up. Not the best fit, but at the end of the day, I mean, look, it's a working rig. All I want to do is just protect my seats. That's pretty much it.So let's go ahead and actually just throw the other part on. So, for the back, it's going to be pretty much the same exact thing. We're not going to have any hook and loop straps at all. The only thing we've got to do once we get it on there, there's just going to be a center hook. We're going to just get down to the other portion here. So pretty easy. I want to get that seat belt out of the way and just start working it around your seats. Just like that. Once we have it in place, all you got to do is just do the same adjustment as we did before on our bottom here. Squeeze that in. Give it a good tug just to suck some of that slack out and all the rest remainder that we have, we can just kind of tuck that underneath our cover so we don't really got to look at it.There's one connection that I couldn't really make is the one in the center of the back. I really don't have much room to be able to run that down into the little crevice there and to connect to the bottom half of this cover. But with the adjustment that we made over there, it isn't really going to go anywhere. I just want to let you guys know I'm not really going to hook this up because it's relatively difficult. If you really needed it you could do it. But for today I think we got a good enough fitment to continue with the video. Other than that we don't have headrests for it. But they do come in the kit. So, if you guys have some, it comes with the kit.Well, everyone that just about does it for a look at the QuadGear Extreme Bench Seat Covers for your 2015 Polaris Ranger and I'm Adam with etrailer. Have a good day. Come on.


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