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Old 08-13-2013, 11:29 AM   #1
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Mopar slush mats for 2 door?

Am I just bad at google? There is a JKU set that has 2 for the front and a one piece for the back. There is a set for the 2 door that only has 2 for the front. But I can't seem to find on OEM set of slush mats that has front and rear for the 2 door JK.

Yes I did a forum search, please don't blast me if this has been posted a million times and I suck at keyword searches. Any help is appreciated, even non OEM suggestions.

For reference, the JKU ones:



And the JK ones:


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Old 08-13-2013, 11:30 AM   #2
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Quadratec mats for a 2 door come with fronts and two rears...at least my brother's did!

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Old 08-13-2013, 11:34 AM   #3
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Mopar DOES NOT offer a rear slush mat for The 2 door. I wanted one also when I bought mine. )
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Old 08-13-2013, 11:38 AM   #4
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Check out Weather Tech mats.
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Old 08-13-2013, 12:07 PM   #5
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Mopar DOES NOT offer a rear slush mat for The 2 door. I wanted one also when I bought mine. )
Damn, was afraid of that. Oh well, maybe just do the quadratec. Thanks guys.
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I'm thinking by the time that fictional passenger (he'd better be small and nimble) clambers up, over, around, through and into one of our back seats (jump seat really) his feet should be pretty well cleared of any debris, eh? No need for a slush mat back there.
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Old 08-13-2013, 03:21 PM   #7
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Mopar DOES NOT offer a rear slush mat for The 2 door. I wanted one also when I bought mine. )
This. So, I got the Quadratec slush mats for the rear. Two separate mats and they look and work great. The Mopar rear slush mats for a 4dr won't fit a 2dr. The Quadratec rear mats look oem.
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I'm thinking by the time that fictional passenger (he'd better be small and nimble) clambers up, over, around, through and into one of our back seats (jump seat really) his feet should be pretty well cleared of any debris, eh? No need for a slush mat back there.
Haha! Center console is already footprinted.
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These mats you posted look really cool. I just got my 2 door rubicon and would like to get a set of all purpose mats similar to the ones you showed. how is your research going? have you found any better ones?
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These mats you posted look really cool. I just got my 2 door rubicon and would like to get a set of all purpose mats similar to the ones you showed. how is your research going? have you found any better ones?
At this point I'm thinking just get the cool looking mopar ones for up front and quadratec for the back.
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These mats you posted look really cool. I just got my 2 door rubicon and would like to get a set of all purpose mats similar to the ones you showed. how is your research going? have you found any better ones?
For my money I think that Quadratec/Bestop (Same mats with a different sticker) make the best mats. IMO they look even better than the Mopar mats. With that being said however, I've been told that they wont have a mat that fits the '14 retention system untill next year. Also FWIW, although they look good, I've heard that the Weathertech mats get real slick when they get wet.
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Old 08-18-2013, 10:04 PM   #12
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At this point I'm thinking just get the cool looking mopar ones for up front and quadratec for the back.
Cool. I actually got the mopars with the MW3 logo from ebay. May get one for the back in the future.
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Old 08-18-2013, 10:31 PM   #13
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For my money I think that Quadratec/Bestop (Same mats with a different sticker) make the best mats. IMO they look even better than the Mopar mats. With that being said however, I've been told that they wont have a mat that fits the '14 retention system untill next year. Also FWIW, although they look good, I've heard that the Weathertech mats get real slick when they get wet.
x2 I have the Q mats also and they are a serious good mat. Great quality, heavy material and fit like a glove. Some people have reported that the Q plastic logo can crack. I see how that can happen but mine haven't.
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I only have the rear seat in when I need to so I ordered the 4 door cargo mat because it looked like it would fit with the seat out.

The seat mounts do not line up but other than that it's a good fit. I might trim new holes to fit or just leave it.
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Old 10-15-2013, 10:50 PM   #15
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I had the Mopar ones for the front (they don't make the back for the 2 door). Switched out for the Weathertech which are a much better fit and offer better coverage up the sides. Never had a problem with them being slippery even during winter when I am tracking in snow all the time. Then I just took the Mopar front ones and cut them to fit the back so I could secure them under the front seat rails (lightweight rear mats become projectiles if not locked down if travelling without the top on......).
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Pull the back seat out, problem solved!
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Old 10-29-2013, 08:24 AM   #17
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I am looking to put the mopar cargo mat in my '14 JK. I know it doesn't fit, but it seems it can be retrofitted to fit w a simple box cutter.

Has anyone done this?.....I would really like to match my slush mats in the front.
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Old 10-29-2013, 10:21 AM   #18
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I only have the rear seat in when I need to so I ordered the 4 door cargo mat because it looked like it would fit with the seat out.

The seat mounts do not line up but other than that it's a good fit. I might trim new holes to fit or just leave it.
This sounds like exactly what I want. I keep thinking this is the answer but can't tell how far it comes up to the front seats....does it overhang much where the floor pan drops, etc?

Don't really mind the seat mounts since the seat is always out anyway.

Would you mind taking some good photos from various angles to help show fit?

Thanks for your help!
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Old 11-08-2013, 01:48 PM   #19
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I decided to try the 4 door mat in my 2 door and really like it. It came in today and I trimmed for the subwoofer and put it in. It is a mat vs a liner but covers the entire 2 door floor, matches the front slush mats, and is sturdy rubber. This is exactly what I had in mind! A couple of pics for those considering same....

Photos not uploading....will try again this weekend. Looks good though and fit is nice!
Sorry for the tease.
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Old 11-25-2013, 07:25 PM   #21
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I got the floor mats for my JKu and now seeing how great they fit I'm gonna get the rear mat also
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Old 11-25-2013, 07:36 PM   #22
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They came with my JK 2 door. I have a rubber rear mat that says "JEEP" but not the one with the trail marks like above. Not sure if they're worth $67 but they're not all that bad either!

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