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Old 11-07-2012, 11:55 AM   #1
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Cool Hello from Vancouver Canada!

Hi everyone!I just bought a 98 TJ with soft top and I can see already that I'll have a bunch of questions!
Like..... 2 inches of water on my front passenger floor after the first rain.... Remove carpet? Jeep has a NEW soft top. Water is coming from somewhere else.
I want to remove the spare tire and carrier.... How? Possible?


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Thanks! I'll do that
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Old 11-07-2012, 04:46 PM   #4
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Might be moving to your side of the border if things get to screwy down here...

My old 98 always got some water inside, I just took out the floor plugs and let the carpet dry every month or so if it got too wet. Mine was full doors, and I think it leaked around the frame.

Also, look into BedRug or BedTred as alternatives to carpet and liners.

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Might be moving to your side of the border if things get to screwy down here...

My old 98 always got some water inside, I just took out the floor plugs and let the carpet dry every month or so if it got too wet. Mine was full doors, and I think it leaked around the frame.

Also, look into BedRug or BedTred as alternatives to carpet and liners.

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Thanks TahoeBen, I'll look into that!
So frustrating having the soaked carpet and not knowing why!
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