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Old 01-03-2014, 01:15 PM   #1
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Floor Mat Preferences

Anybody have any they can recommend?

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Old 01-03-2014, 01:23 PM   #3
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I like my Mopar Slush Mats. My dealer gave me 90 days of 15% off anything aftermarket and price match. I got my fronts (only fronts made for 2dr) for $33.
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Old 01-03-2014, 01:26 PM   #4
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Weathertech digital fit are the best mats period. Don't waste your money on the others. Had a pair of these in my last truck for 5 years and never had one complaint.
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I've heard good things about the Quadratec floor liners:

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But I can't offer any first hand experience as I've been waiting for the 2014s to become available. About to pull the trigger on these myself.
Weathertech are supposed to be great as well. I've owned them for other vehicles in the past and have found them to be well made and a precise fit, but I recall reading somewhere that the Quadratec are a bit more flexible. I'm sure others will be able to offer some first hand accounts.
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Weathertech digital fit are the best mats period. Don't waste your money on the others. Had a pair of these in my last truck for 5 years and never had one complaint.
+1...ordered a set of Weathertech front mats for my 2013 Rubi and they fit like a glove. I always go Weathertech and have yet to be disappointed.
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100% Weather techs...see my build link pg 2.
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Old 01-03-2014, 01:52 PM   #8
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I had WeatherTech digital fits in my previous truck and it was the first purchase for my Jeep. Simply the best. These were also the first purchase we made to add to my wife's 2013 VW. The in-laws saw them and bought a pair for each other for their Camry and Tacoma for Christmas.

Expensive but worth it. They're now mandatory equipment for every vehicle purchase I make.

All that said, I did go with the Quadratech cargo area mat for the rear and am pleased with it.
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Old 01-03-2014, 02:41 PM   #9
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I just got the '14 Mopar slush mats for xmas, and love them! they fit snugly against the edges.
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Old 01-03-2014, 03:17 PM   #10
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I'll admit to vanity, I bought the Husky Liners because the "Diamond Plate" pattern matched the pattern on the side steps and in the back.

They also fit well and currently filled with ice.
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Old 01-03-2014, 03:39 PM   #11
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just installed Weather Tech on my '14 JKU. Awesome fit. Kids trashed them with snow on day one and all the water held. Very happy.
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Old 01-03-2014, 03:40 PM   #12
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Husky Liners. I have been using them in my trucks without fail for over 13 years. I have them in my Jeep and they fit great. They also cover the entire front footwell to include under the pedals and up the sides. I read that not all of them, to include Weathertech, do this. I have the Weathertechs in my wife minivan and I am pleased with them there. I just feel the Husky Liners are better suited for dealing with the slop and easier to clean then the Weathertechs are.
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Weathertech digital fit are the best mats period. Don't waste your money on the others. Had a pair of these in my last truck for 5 years and never had one complaint.

Comepletely agree !! I had these in my 06 Silverado for 7 years and now a set in the Jeep.....really a great product. Pricey, but most times you do get what you pay for.
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Old 01-03-2014, 04:26 PM   #14
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Husky Liners. I have been using them in my trucks without fail for over 13 years. I have them in my Jeep and they fit great. They also cover the entire front footwell to include under the pedals and up the sides. I read that not all of them, to include Weathertech, do this. I have the Weathertechs in my wife minivan and I am pleased with them there. I just feel the Husky Liners are better suited for dealing with the slop and easier to clean then the Weathertechs are.
I've never owned Husky floor mats, but do have their cargo liner in my Rubi. Comparing the two, the Weathertechs just look to be heavier duty and of better quality. The plastic is molded better and is thicker/less flexible. I'm sure either will get the job done though.
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just installed Weather Tech on my '14 JKU. Awesome fit. Kids trashed them with snow on day one and all the water held. Very happy.
Update: I just returned my WeatherTech mats. The drivers side mat never fit quite tight enough and after blow drying/heating to bend into shape it kept moving back. My wife was driving and got her foot caught so that was the end. I returned both front and rear without a problem. Ordered Mopar slush mats as a replacement. Hopefully those will work.
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Anybody have any they can recommend?
I bought quadratecs for my 4 dr JKU..very pleased

Weathertec are also good and I have had them in various cars including my wife's Subaru Forester
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Old 01-20-2014, 01:01 PM   #17
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Husky Liners. Front and rear. I like em. Easy to clean. Custom Fitted. Traps water, snow, dirt, mud.

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I have a set of Quadratec front floor mats I ordered for my 2012 JK. I love them! They have deep sides to keep whatever dirt, mud, sand, snow, front spilling off into the carpet. They have a tread pattern and fit the front space quite well, and they are less expensive than weathertecs.

I am currently running them in my 2014 JK, which they are cautioning you NOT to do. The reason is that for 2014 MY Jeep changed floor mat retention system with two retaining anchors instead of just one in the middle. Quadratec advises not to use pre-2014 mats on current model because of this. They worry that mat could slip and get stuck under brake or accelerator pedals. I've been running this set up over my stock Jeep carpet floor mats, without an issue. The new carpet mats on 2014 create just the right amount of grip IMO for this not to be a problem.

I had just gotten them last X Mas and did not want to spend money on new ones to get the 2014 version.
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Bestop currently in my 13. Have the Qtec in my 07 - not bad, but the center emblems came out. I like the Bestop more.
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I've been running the Quadratec floor liners and am very happy with them.
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Old 01-20-2014, 04:11 PM   #21
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Husky Liners..been using them for years...love em!
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I have the Rugged Ridge floor liners front and back. No complaints here.
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i have the weather techs, and they are ok fit wise, but they seem to scuff pretty easy and look like they are 10 years old...not a year old...

still they keep the carpet immaculate...

i bought a couple of terry cloth hand towels...folded them in half...sewed them to stay folded in half, and use them as an "insert" inside the weather techs...they soak up the slop, and are easy to pull out and toss in the washing machine...
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oh...and do not make the mistake of using mother's back to black to "dress" them...it is slippery...AND in the heat in an enclosed Jeep...it vaporizes and leaves a scum on your windows that will take acetone to remove!
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Old 01-20-2014, 06:18 PM   #26
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Except they do not fully cover under the pedal area where slop drips off you boot and onto your nice carpet . It's been discussed here before. There are a few brands that do fully cover that area; Quad is not one of them.
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Mopar slash are fine.
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My son swears by WeatherTech (sp?). Me I don't have any yet to even have an opinion.
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My son swears by WeatherTech (sp?). Me I don't have any yet to even have an opinion.
Weather Tech are great, used in my other vehicles. Didn't like them for my JKU.
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Nifty Catch-All, could use a little more up the side coverage on the center side, but other than that they are good.

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