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Old 08-28-2013, 01:02 PM   #1
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Monstaliner + Floor Mats Fix Wanted

Just received a set of RR AT floor liners. I also recently applied Monstaliner. The two don't mix well as the floor liners slip around as I'm driving. I tried the drawer liner trick and they still don't stay still. Velcro doesn't seem like it will stick or stick well for very long in the heat we get.

Has anyone considered metal snaps, one side screwed to the tub and the other, pop riveted to the floor liner?

Snap a piece of carpet to the tub, the size of the floor liner?

Other suggestions to keep these still?


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Old 08-28-2013, 06:11 PM   #2
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There has to be something available for area rugs to prevent them from sliding around on a wood floor

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Old 08-29-2013, 07:53 PM   #3
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This might not be exactly what you're looking for, but something to consider maybe.

I coated the tub in monstaliner and removed carpet.

I recently got the epiphany to build a floor liner/mat that really fit what I needed. I wanted solid, cheap, and for it to add a small sense of "comfort" look to the bed liner. No homo, but it is nice to have comfort somewhere lol

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So I built ^that. It is think enough to fit around the tie downs in the bed and basically eliminate them. Now dogs can lay back there. It's abrasive to what ever is on top of it, and it holds in place quite well on the floor. And it's soft, so luggage, valuable things, etc, can be laid on top of it without sliding around. It's easy to clean and remove. I was pretty proud of that project! It costed $0 because we had the stuff just lying around.

Supplies used:
Marine carpet
Slap stapler

Now, due to fitment of the rear seat's boots, idk if it'd go well with a rubber mat on top of it because it would hinder the boots to go in the holes drilled in the plywood.

Just a cool idea I came up with! My bad if it wasn't really what you were looking for.
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