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Old 04-06-2012, 05:08 PM   #1
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Cargo Mat suggestions for the rear

Hubby took out the rear seat today and we are looking for the best cargo mat to purchase and put in for a 2 door. In need of suggestions and pics.

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Old 04-06-2012, 05:12 PM   #2
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This is what I use in my 4-door. Not sure how much coverage you're looking for, but these will hold a ton of crud, water, etc. Pretty sure it extends up under the rear seat area on a 2-door.

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Old 04-06-2012, 05:39 PM   #3
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You can't go wrong with that one.
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This is what I use in my 4-door. Not sure how much coverage you're looking for, but these will hold a ton of crud, water, etc. Pretty sure it extends up under the rear seat area on a 2-door.

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You can't go wrong with that one.
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What they said. I have the 2 door version.
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Got mine yesterday, very good, Joe the rep will get ya free shipping.
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Old 04-06-2012, 09:14 PM   #6
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what KBWwolf said... can't go wrong. all the weathertech 1's I have always have a problem with the sides collapsing
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I like the Husky Cargo Liner.

Don't hate on the milk crate.
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Old 04-07-2012, 05:36 AM   #8
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I like the Husky Cargo Liner.

Don't hate on the milk crate.

LOL.. Don't everbody have at least one of those in their vehicle and garage.LOL there great to keep things from sliding around.
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Looks good, geuss we will order one sometime this weekend.
Thanks for the help.
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Old 04-07-2012, 06:26 AM   #10
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I love the Quadratec one, but I wish they made a version that went over the folded rear seats of the JKU.
I roll with mine folded 99% of the time and it would give the back a more finished look and more complete protection.


Nothing wrong with using milk crates, but don't steal 'em, ask the guys at the dairy! I did and got 'em for free.
My original plan was to use milk crates for my off roading kits, and I still might for some stuff.
The good crates with the metal band around the top are strong and useful as all get-out.
I have a set that I picked up in the 80s that still get hauled out and used for stuff from time to time.
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there great to keep things from sliding around.
Hell yes! We all know how stuff slides around back there (or maybe it's just the way I drive), including people. Shortly after I got my jeep I took two of my friends for a drive. Since the rear seat was out one of them had to hang on to whatever he could in the back. It was hilarious to watch him roll all over the place laughing the whole time. He had had a couple of beers too.

Also, regarding the Husky, it's got handy little "outlines" in the mat for cutting away with a razor if you want to hook the rear seat back on top, or just to have the cargo loops exposed. If you want better protection from liquids and stuff you can just leave them uncut.
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Does anyone have a pic of there quadratec 2 door version? also can you still put the back seat in and out with it?
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Also, regarding the Husky, it's got handy little "outlines" in the mat for cutting away with a razor if you want to hook the rear seat back on top, or just to have the cargo loops exposed. If you want better protection from liquids and stuff you can just leave them uncut.
The Quadratec/RR/Treadlightly/4WD Parts version is exactly the same way. (those 4 are indentical products)
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Does anyone have a pic of there quadratec 2 door version? also can you still put the back seat in and out with it?
The seat will still come in and out. In fact, you have to remove the seat to properly install it. When the seat is installed the cargo mat front edge is about even with the front edge of the seat.
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Hi, did you ever find a solution for your JKU folded rear seats? Just started looking and that's exactly what I'm looking for as well.

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Another suggestion:

Results for Jeep Liners

I have one on order W/side inserts
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Old 04-19-2012, 05:53 PM   #18
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Also, Weathertech JUST released their 2011+ cargo liner today...I've got the pre-2011 in now (in my 2012 JKU) and it fits like a glove all the way around with the exception of by the door opening. the new version will supposedly cure that, but i'll see once it arrives.
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Also, Weathertech JUST released their 2011+ cargo liner today...I've got the pre-2011 in now (in my 2012 JKU) and it fits like a glove all the way around with the exception of by the door opening. the new version will supposedly cure that, but i'll see once it arrives.
Can you please post pics of what it looks like when installed? I am curious about the Weathertech liners in the JKs but it is hard to find actual pics of them in our Jeeps and not their stock pics...
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sure. the Weathertech front/backseat liners fit like a glove as you would expect from them, but I will post new pics of the 2011+ cargo liner once i get it on Mon/Tues.
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sure. the Weathertech front/backseat liners fit like a glove as you would expect from them, but I will post new pics of the 2011+ cargo liner once i get it on Mon/Tues.
I have heard a lot about them being plastic instead of rubber and a lot of people seem to not like that. I had a set of nice liners in my Accord a few years back and they were more plastic looking, so they may have been Weathertechs. I didn't mind them except they got slick at times.
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the "liners" are kind of in between plastic and rubber as far as feel (they are a blended thermoplastic). I used to run rubber mats, but they always broke down and ripped so i moved to Weathertech years ago, and they are just super solid and never seem to degrade.
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another note on the rubber ones...besides ripping and degrading much easier, they just seem to keep dirt and crud in them forever, whereas the molded liners are so much easier to clean (especially after dirty muddy dogs romp all over them).
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This is what I use in my 4-door. Not sure how much coverage you're looking for, but these will hold a ton of crud, water, etc. Pretty sure it extends up under the rear seat area on a 2-door.

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I use this one too and like it.
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another note on the rubber ones...besides ripping and degrading much easier, they just seem to keep dirt and crud in them forever, whereas the molded liners are so much easier to clean (especially after dirty muddy dogs romp all over them).
Quadratec has a lifetime warranty so I wouldn't worry about it breaking down. I just received mine yesterday and I love it.
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sure. the Weathertech front/backseat liners fit like a glove as you would expect from them, but I will post new pics of the 2011+ cargo liner once i get it on Mon/Tues.
Hey Slacker!

Did you get them yet?? I have been anxiously awaiting them
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the Weathertech hit Chicago yesterday am...so should be in tomorrow
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and it's here...



and installed with subwoofer and one tie-down cutout removed.



She said I was the first one to receive it and it's apparent since they forgot to even put on their logo. It fits extremely well as I would expect from them.
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and it's here...



and installed with subwoofer and one tie-down cutout removed.



She said I was the first one to receive it and it's apparent since they forgot to even put on their logo. It fits extremely well as I would expect from them.
Thanks! I have a 2d '12, are you able to install the seat on top of these? Is that how that works?
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this is in a 4-Door, so no clue how the seat install points would line up, but they have a 2-door liner -- but I think that is for the small cargo space behind the 2nd row.

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