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Old 08-15-2012, 04:03 PM   #3751
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When the value of your jeep stays the same while every other vehicles value depreciates every year.

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Old 08-15-2012, 05:30 PM   #3752
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or when th Value of your Jeep goes UP while other car prices go into the basement

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Old 08-15-2012, 07:07 PM   #3753
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Carpet in a jeep ?? i tore mine out and rino lined it best thing ever
What do you like about it. Wondering if it's a user type that enjoys that, and if I would fit that mold.

How do you treat the interior such that rhino lining is a great feature?

Also, does the floor get hot? The carpet acts as a heat shield.
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Old 08-15-2012, 07:13 PM   #3754
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cup holder?...you mean the phone holder thing?
Nah, I use the tray thing on the Daystar dash panel.
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Old 08-15-2012, 07:13 PM   #3755
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What do you like about it. Wondering if it's a user type that enjoys that, and if I would fit that mold.

How do you treat the interior such that rhino lining is a great feature?

Also, does the floor get hot? The carpet acts as a heat shield.
To add on to these questions, is it louder?
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Old 08-15-2012, 08:38 PM   #3756
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I really want to bedline mine but I've got a lot of cards running all over the place. What do you do with them when you bedline the tub?
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Old 08-15-2012, 09:46 PM   #3757
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I got the best of both worlds. I gutted my interior, bedline the tub , let it dry, and put the carpet back in. I have the protection on bedliner and aesthetics of carpet
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Old 08-15-2012, 09:51 PM   #3758
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I got the best of both worlds. I gutted my interior, bedline the tub , let it dry, and put the carpet back in. I have the protection on bedliner and aesthetics of carpet
I kind of like that I don't have any carpet. Makes it look more rugged and tough lol. But that's cool that you got it how you wanted. I do wish it was bed lined though..
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Old 08-15-2012, 10:06 PM   #3759
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I just like the look it gives it, it'd be nice not having to worry about it getting soaked though! Even though they dry insanely fast :P

Yeah id definitely bed line, one of the cheapest, best mods you can do!
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I just like the look it gives it, it'd be nice not having to worry about it getting soaked though! Even though they dry insanely fast :P

Yeah id definitely bed line, one of the cheapest, best mods you can do!
I probably will later on, just got the jeep a few months ago and haven't had the cash to do much of anything yet. But it's definitely on my list, and I do kind of miss the blacked out interior, but I don't mind the yellow floorboards
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Bed line leaves no wet musty smell when wet. It gets a little warm on the floor but good for drying socks or extra warmth in winter. Although quite minimal I must say. You have factory installed heat shields underneath for this reason. cleanings a breeze. Just hose down and plugs out. And with carpet you'll notice after a few years since it is in removable sections (yj tj at least) they shift and buff the paint away on the floor and rust them out ....bad. Which is why I originally did it.
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Old 08-16-2012, 07:04 PM   #3762
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Thumbs up rhino lining

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What do you like about it. Wondering if it's a user type that enjoys that, and if I would fit that mold.

How do you treat the interior such that rhino lining is a great feature?

Also, does the floor get hot? The carpet acts as a heat shield.


took all the seats out and rhino lined it its great when i need to i just hose it out only problem is the rhino lining by the gas/break/clutch petals wears out every few years and i just touch it up but the rest has never needed a touch up mine is lifted with a suspension and body lift so it don't really get hot
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it didn't really seem any louder to me
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Old 08-16-2012, 08:31 PM   #3764
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... when you get out of the jeep at home, say to the boys (2 and 4 yrs old), "Don't mess anything up, I have to get the groceries out of the car,"

4 yr old to me, "That was silly Daddy, it's a Jeep not a car!"

I love my boys!
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I got the best of both worlds. I gutted my interior, bedline the tub , let it dry, and put the carpet back in. I have the protection on bedliner and aesthetics of carpet
Thats my plan too just got about a bejillion more problems to solve first
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Old 08-17-2012, 09:09 PM   #3766
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Thats my plan too just got about a bejillion more problems to solve first
I did just my front floor. I think it keeps the temp down as well.
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Old 08-18-2012, 02:20 AM   #3768
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I got the best of both worlds. I gutted my interior, bedline the tub , let it dry, and put the carpet back in. I have the protection on bedliner and aesthetics of carpet
Interesting idea! Never thought of this. What did it cost you to do this and how long did it take? Did you have to remove the seats as well to do this?
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Old 08-19-2012, 03:09 AM   #3769
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When you get to drive your beloved jeep to the local sheriff's department to pick up your unruly little cousin who decided to get smart with a bouncer.

I swear I'm going to kill this kid.
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Old 08-19-2012, 03:10 AM   #3770
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I did just my front floor. I think it keeps the temp down as well.
Wrong, its the exact oposite. The carpet does that.
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Old 08-19-2012, 08:53 AM   #3771
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Wrong, its the exact oposite. The carpet does that.
My lined floor with carpet is def cooler than my floor without the lining underneath. Maybe it's my location over stuff underneath.
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Old 08-19-2012, 04:53 PM   #3772
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My lined floor with carpet is def cooler than my floor without the lining underneath. Maybe it's my location over stuff underneath.
No it think he didn't realize you had the liner AND the carpet.
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When the most comfortable seat you have ever sat in is the one behind the steering wheel of a jeep
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Old 08-19-2012, 10:36 PM   #3774
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When the most comfortable seat you have ever sat in is the one behind the steering wheel of a jeep
With no doors and top of course!
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When you call BS on so many different aspects of the new show "one car too far"
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When you call BS on so many different aspects of the new show "one car too far"
Yep, heck even the title is a fail! Add on that the narrator and both guys called it a car numerous times was disturbing.
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I hope jeep is getting a discount on advertising because they NEVER call it a JEEP :/
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Just finished my first episode and it wasn't bad. Can anyone guess how it ended? Well, if you guessed the fat Asian guy singing "steak, steak, steak!" the your right. I swear the other guy said shut up bill. Gonna have to rewind it
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When you call BS on so many different aspects of the new show "one car too far"
If the "driver" (if you can call him that) had any idea what he was doin they wouldnt of had to over use the winch

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Yep, heck even the title is a fail! Add on that the narrator and both guys called it a car numerous times was disturbing.
It was, it just about drives a person insane
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Yep, heck even the title is a fail! Add on that the narrator and both guys called it a car numerous times was disturbing.
IT'S A JEEP!! Someone needs to straighten that guy out! It was humerus to watch those guys. Obviously he didn't know too much or he wouldn't have drove it that fast in the woods when he didn't know what was in front of him. Ugh!

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