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Old 08-22-2011, 08:44 PM   #1
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Cargo Liner Recommendations

Hi Everyone,

I'm having trouble finding a cargo liner that meets my requirements, and I'm hoping maybe someone here might have seen something.

My husband often brings the dogs to the park and they sleep in the back of the cargo area on the way there. I have a Scion XD that has a similar material to the back of the jeep rear seats, and I found that dog hair got stuck in it very easily, and was very hard to get out without the vacuum pulling the fabric out and making it very fluffy and messy looking. I'm afraid the same thing might happen with that fabric on the jeep, so I'd like to get a liner to help protect it, as well as help keep out the wet dog smell when the dogs come in soaked.

I ended up buying a cargo liner for my scion that velcros around some hooks near the hatch, and it goes up the back seats and around the headrests, fitted and cut perfectly for the seats. It essentially covers the entirety of the cargo area when the seats are folded down.

Does anyone know anything similar available for a 2011 wrangler unlimited? All I'm seeing is ones that cover only the cargo area, not anything that extends up the seats to cover everything when the seats are folded down. we're not looking for a heavy-duty plastic tray, just something waterproof and flexible that hugs the cargo area, up the back seats, and will work with the dealer-installed sub.

Thanks in advance for any recommendations.

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Never seen such a thing. Just the molded fitted ones that either come in sections or a mold that covers the entire jeep, I think the seats have to be physically removed for install though. (could be wrong)

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Never seen such a thing. Just the molded fitted ones that either come in sections or a mold that covers the entire jeep, I think the seats have to be physically removed for install though. (could be wrong)
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I bought one for my 06 Commander (in '06). I now have it in my 11 Wrangler 4 door. It almost fits. Just a tiny bit too big. Will most likely trim it one of these days, but it works. It is flat, does not have a *lip* on it, but it is a rubbery type material that protects from dogs/snowboards/ice axes/crampons... in other words - it works. Maybe you can find one. I purchased it from the jeep dealer, so I think it's Mopar. Covers from behind the front seats to the rear door.
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Thanks for the responses everyone. I'm probably going to go with one of these: All Things Jeep - Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 4 door 2007-2010 (With Subwoofer) Canvasback Cargo Liner.

I emailed their customer service to find out if their grey liner matches the interior color of the wrangler and to confirm that it will work on the 2011 (the listing only says 2010, but I don't know of any interior changes that would affect it) and if it does, I'll pick it up.

I'll post pics if I'm happy with it since there didn't seem to be any of the product aside from those from the manufacturer... and to be honest, the photo with the listing is a pretty ugly tan color that definitely doesn't match.
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We bought a Quadratec cargo area cover which as you say only covers the area behind the rear seats plus a chair mat from the local office supply store to cover the backs of the rear seats.

Works pretty well, but some non-skid might help the dogs to not slide around if they try to stand up while the Jeep is moving.
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Im also having a issue finding what i want. Something with a nice big jeep logo on it. Im really surprised i cant find it or they just don't make it.
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Hey bjc24v, if it helps with your decision, the one I ended up getting was by Canvasback (http://canvasback.com/). It took a while to come in because they make the items per order (maybe 2 weeks or so). But, we're really happy with it. We got the black one with the cutout for the subwoofer and it fits flawlessly and is very durable.

Of course, there's no big jeep logo like you're looking for. I bet you can't find it because they'd have to get the logo usage approved by Jeep.
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Hi Zipperz, I was going to order that Canvasback last night, but noticed a couple of reviews that said the material was pretty slick, so stuff (including the dogs) would tend to slide around back there. I know you've only had it a day or two, but does this seem like a valid concern to you?

Also, did you spend the extra 20 bucks for the side pieces (a relatively new option it seems)? If so, do they fit well?

Thanks for the feedback!
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Zipperz thanks for the feed back! I have a dog so i like how it covers the sides also.
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we didn't get the side pieces, in hindsight I wish we had because it would make cleaning a million times easier. As far as it being slippery well, I think that's a crazy concern. I mean, it's a poly-canvas type material. I wouldn't say it has any more or less friction than the stock cargo liner. The dogs certainly don't slide around, and I put beer and groceries back there with zero issues as well. We've actually had it for awhile, it was the first "mod" we did to the jeep. so, after mudding, stuffing dirty dogs in there, and using it to haul snowboarding equipment and mountain bikes, I've very happy with how they're holding up. Again, this is a great product, and I couldn't recommend them more. I think my only negative comment about them is that the zipper between the 2 seats extends all the way down just below the crease of the seats, so it takes an extra 5 seconds when you want to pull the seats down to undo the zipper. But it's really not something you could get around; it's just part of the design. Also, I thought I reviewed it here but I guess not. one of the adhesive bands is positioned so that its about an inch too close to the seats. I personally didn't use it since there was no need, but for those who do, it will run over the metal rails.

But again, this cover is great, it's cut to fit the back of the jeep perfectly, the level of detail is crazy. and they included dog treats which is awesome
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I checked out their website and I don't see anyway to order the sides mentioned in previous post?
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I checked out their website and I don't see anyway to order the sides mentioned in previous post?
I think it depends on which model/yr you're looking at. Click on the 2011-12 Wrangler 4-door, and you'll see it as a $20 option on the bottom. Looks like it's not an option for some others. I'd give them a call and ask - especially since it seems they build everything to order anyway.

Thanks for the feedback sneck, glad to hear they're not as slippery as some others have mentioned. Hard to tell from your pics, but it looks like you have the saddle interior, and went with the graphite Canvasback? I have saddle and was thinking of the mocha, but thinking it might look bad/dirty after a year of dogs/bikes/etc...
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I picked up a seat cover from a store some time ago, can't recall which. I think the product was marketed by animal planet.

It has snap that fits around the head rest and covers the seat. It is not form fitted and is universal.

I don't see why you cant flip it around and lower the seat. downside, does not cover the headrest.

I use this when I'm hauling my dogs around with the seats up. Of course, I have harnesses that connect to the seat belt to hold the dogs in place.

This is also one reason I opened for neoprene seat covers.


Orvis has some nice covers, however, you will be paying the orvis price.

searching found this : http://www.caninecovers.com/?gclid=C...FRAj7AodxWVYpQ
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I have the grey interior, I know my wife agognized over the color to order so you'll have to ask her, I'm pretty sure its the grey. And the one thing id like to note is the velcro edging goes all the way around; I take off the bit by the back door to access my recovory cables I keep down there. Dog hair doesn't get under it. But yeah the color I have is slightly off from factory. It's a pretty good match. Again, most of my wifes questions were answered by emailing them; I think that's how they figured out the best color to go with
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Thanks for the feedback sneck, glad to hear they're not as slippery as some others have mentioned. Hard to tell from your pics, but it looks like you have the saddle interior, and went with the graphite Canvasback? I have saddle and was thinking of the mocha, but thinking it might look bad/dirty after a year of dogs/bikes/etc...
The one sneck (wife here) took pics of is the black liner, and we have a black interior. The color matches a lot better than it looks in the pics. I think the photo color is a bit off due to the differing materials and the lighting, but it looks a lot better in person.

We've had it maybe 2 months now and it's holding up great, no wear at all. The lighting in his pictures isn't very good to represent the actual color, but I'm pretty OCD and the color matching was a bit of an obsession of mine when ordering the product. I'm happy with how it turned out, but if you have the saddle interior then I can't say much about what would work for your interior.

They seemed to be a small mom-and-pop type shop. If you're really worried about the color, I'd recommend giving them a call at the number on the site. Maybe they could send you a sample from some of the scrap fabric or something.

The fabric is nice and rugged. You wouldn't be able to machine wash it if it got stained, but it seems like you could power wash it without doing any damage (I'm talking about those high-pressure machines you hook a hose up to). That would probably get any grime out of it that might have accumulated. It does resists a good amount though. We've never cleaned ours, which includes trips with the dogs where they've rolled in mud, and it still looks fine, but ours is black.
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Quadretic has exactly what your looking for for 79.99. Covers entire cargo area and attached to seats
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Quadretic has exactly what your looking for for 79.99. Covers entire cargo area and attached to seats
Thanks for the suggestion RoxstarD, I didn't find anything like what we're talking about on Quadratec, do you remember who made it?

Thanks zipperz for the additional info - seems like I'm in a similar boat, while I'd like it to look good/not cheap, my wife would be more concerned about the color matching/etc., so I'll have her make the phone call (and the decision) - then everyone's happy! Thanks again.
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In the fall edition "essentials" catalog it is on page 32 bottom corner. "rear cargo mat for 4 door wrangler"(sorry I don't have the Christmas catalog, my 3 year old fell asleep on top of it) but it list for 74.99 and item # is 14149.500 or .501 without subwoofer
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Thanks for the effort RoxstarD - I didn't find that in my search, but I see it now. They don't show the 2011-12 model (if it's even any different?), but it looks like Lloyds makes one, so might just have to call to see if Quadratec has it. Actually looks pretty cool - similar to the Canvasback, but in rubber....and half the price. I might actually get that to use just for runs to Big Blue and Big Orange. I'll still have to get the Canvasback though...because the wife already saw it and loves it (and "technically", it's her Jeep

To reiterate the previous praise and compliments for Canvasback customer service, they responded to a couple of email questions within minutes, and have sent out some fabric samples at their cost so my wife can be sure about whatever color(s) she picks. FWIW, they said you can order a different color for the side panels if you'd like for any reason, still only 20 bucks extra.
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I have the Lloyd rear cargo mat for my '12 and it fits pretty well. The rear is a tad off but it is designed for the '10 and previous models I think. Nothing that causes a problem or couldn't be trimmed by a utility blade. Just keep in mind that it smells like vomit when you get it. I know rubber smells when it's new but this thing was absolutely putrid. I had to leave it outside on my deck for a week when I got it because it smelled so bad. It's been in my Jeep now for 2 weeks and I run with the rear seats folded down since I prefer the storage area and don't carry passengers all that much. It still smells but I'm hoping by the time it gets hot again that it will be gone.

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I have the Lloyd rear cargo mat for my '12 and it fits pretty well. The rear is a tad off but it is designed for the '10 and previous models I think. Nothing that causes a problem or couldn't be trimmed by a utility blade. Just keep in mind that it smells like vomit when you get it. I know rubber smells when it's new but this thing was absolutely putrid. I had to leave it outside on my deck for a week when I got it because it smelled so bad. It's been in my Jeep now for 2 weeks and I run with the rear seats folded down since I prefer the storage area and don't carry passengers all that much. It still smells but I'm hoping by the time it gets hot again that it will be gone.

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I have been living with my self applied plastic job until I found something to protect the back. And I think that Canvasback item is just the thing.
I think I might just trim back my plastic lining I applied and put the canvasback product over it. Can't have to much protection I guess.
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I should also point out that the pictures are very misleading as to the size, thickness and particularly the WEIGHT of the lloyd mat. This thing is a thick, massive piece of rubber and it weighs 25-30 pounds at least. From the pictures, I thought it would just be a flimsy piece of rubber that laid back there and protected the carpet but this thing is ridiculously substantial and filled with little holes that hold water and grime. That little canvas thing will do nowhere near the job of keeping your cargo area protected as the lloyd mat will. If pets are your main concern then any old mat will do. If hauling heavy and dirty gear is your goal then the lloyd mat is your choice. I almost sent it back to quadtratec because it reeked so bad but since it was so heavy I figured that the return shipping costs would make it a losing proposition to do that.
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Thanks for the details j0nx. The Lloyd website isn't particularly helpful, and on sites other than Quadratec, I've seen notes that say "Fits area behind 2nd seat".

So depending on which site I look at, it's hard to tell whether that Lloyd liner just covers the cargo area floor and stops at the base of the seats, or if it goes all the way up the back seats (covers the whole area when rear seats are folded)...can you confirm which it is? If it goes up the back of the seats, does it stay put, or does it kind of fold/roll back into the cargo area?

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I have been looking for something like this because the dog hair is a PITA to get out of that carpet. I like the canvasback just because it folds up with the seats.
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Thanks for the details j0nx. The Lloyd website isn't particularly helpful, and on sites other than Quadratec, I've seen notes that say "Fits area behind 2nd seat".

So depending on which site I look at, it's hard to tell whether that Lloyd liner just covers the cargo area floor and stops at the base of the seats, or if it goes all the way up the back seats (covers the whole area when rear seats are folded)...can you confirm which it is? If it goes up the back of the seats, does it stay put, or does it kind of fold/roll back into the cargo area?

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I'm curious about the same thing.
I did order a CanvasBack today, and I think that will work fine for my every day use. Might still be interested in one of the Lloyd liners for those trip I know that things will get a little extra rough.
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I'm not sure what you mean? The pictures at Qtec show what it covers. It's the whole area including the back of the seat and it fits that area perfectly. The area that is a bit off is the rear area near the rear cargo door because it is made for the 07-10. There is just a tad bit of extra rubber in that area that you have to either trim or fold over. This mat is heavy as hell like I said so trust me, when you lay it down, it isn't sliding anywhere and it has those little pointy things on the back of it which digs into the carpet to hold it in place. I'd take a picture but it's dark and cold out now.

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