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Old 08-05-2010, 09:05 AM   #1
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Mopar Tire Tread Floor Mats SUCK! Need Replacement

My JK came with these mats and they are a POS!!!
I have only had my latest Jeep 2 months and already these mats are wearing down.

I am in the market to buy a tough, form fitting set for the front, rear and possibly the back.

Can anyone recommend a brand/style?

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Old 08-05-2010, 09:18 AM   #2
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Old 08-05-2010, 10:16 AM   #3
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Man. I love my jeep mats. Sorry to hear it.

EDIT: Are you talking about the rubber mats or just the standard floppy, carpet-like mats?
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I got mine from MOPAR and I love them except for 1 thing

Doing 70+ on the highway when she is naked the rear mat tries to fly away.

any tip on preventing that besides putting a brick on it hahahah :-)
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I got the same ones, but Rugged Ridge. I got the kit with both front and back included. I really like them... form fitting and thick. The fronts don't lay perfectly flat along the left edge in a few spots, but this is minor.

I think these are the same mats (liners) sold under at least three brands. When you get them, you have to attach the brand logo. I got mine at 4wheelparts.com. They had a good price and free shipping.
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I got mine from MOPAR and I love them except for 1 thing

Doing 70+ on the highway when she is naked the rear mat tries to fly away.

any tip on preventing that besides putting a brick on it hahahah :-)
my kids ride back there... not only do they keep em in the Jeep by trying to catch em as they fly around, but it also cuts back on the "are we there yet"s
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Are these what you have? I have these and I think they're sweet. Had them for 3 months so far.

MOPAR 82210166AB - MOPAR® Floor Slush Mats with Tire Tread Pattern for 07-10 Jeep® Wrangler Unlimited JK 4 Door - Quadratec
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I went with these for the front in the grey. They match the seats and console perfectly.
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Old 08-05-2010, 02:08 PM   #9
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Are these what you have? I have these and I think they're sweet. Had them for 3 months so far.

MOPAR 82210166AB - MOPAR® Floor Slush Mats with Tire Tread Pattern for 07-10 Jeep® Wrangler Unlimited JK 4 Door - Quadratec
I got this one too, They are heavy and dont fly in highway( well I haven't try with door off). Anyway I like them
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Old 08-05-2010, 02:38 PM   #10
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^^Yeah the front ones are held down by the little hook thing and the back ones are attached and won't go anywhere. I haven't had my doors on for over a month, except for when its raining hard, and they just jump around a little--but never fly up to the cushion or higher.
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my kids ride back there... not only do they keep em in the Jeep by trying to catch em as they fly around, but it also cuts back on the "are we there yet"s
hahahahaha

thant is freakin great I love it

got an actual snort out of me with this one
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Old 08-05-2010, 04:06 PM   #12
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If you still have carpet, a strip or 2 of Velcro tape on the bottom works to keep them in place. Yet you can still remove them if needed easily.

No carpet ? Then why do you even need floor mats ?
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.......I just put 2 5lbs barbell weights in on the floor. They're flat, and black, so not very noticeable......
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Old 08-05-2010, 05:03 PM   #14
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If your getting severe wear on your tire mats maybe you should air them down some. Had to say it.


I love those mats. First thing I bought for the jeep. They have mud terrain tracks in them for crying out loud.

I hope mine wear better. I usually run weathertech digital fit floor liners in all my vehicles but the tire treads got me even though the coverage is not as good. See what tire tread can do. Make you buy inferior mats.
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I've got the mopar tire track ones and love them. I never thought to air them down to increase on the wear and tare but thanks for the advice you can always count on the folks here at WF to give great advice on how to do things with your jeep
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I have had monitor almost 2 years and they still look great. I wash them out once a month too.
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Man. I love my jeep mats. Sorry to hear it.

EDIT: Are you talking about the rubber mats or just the standard floppy, carpet-like mats?
The rubber (tread) mats. Garbage IMO
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Old 08-15-2010, 06:05 PM   #18
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I have the same mats and the one thing i find is when i put the hammer down to pass, my foot gets caught in the mat and wedges on the pedal. I guess the size 15 i have pushing it dont help matters much either ha ha!
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I purchased a set of the tire track slush mats and I am curious as to why they have holes in them. I mean I thought that slush mats would hold the slush and water not let it leak out through a hole all over the carpet. I might return them for this reason.
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The hole is to put the hook through. Pull out the original floor mats and you'll see the hook. Mine don't leak through the hole. It's there so they don't slide around.
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The hole is so you can use the carpet anchor to keep them in place. Even the tub-style ones require you cut a slit in them for the anchor to go through...

I'm curious as to why no one seems interested in making liners for 2011-2012. I know the Quadratec/Tread Lightly/Whatever tub mats say 07-12 on them, but do they really fit? The panel by your right shin sticks out farther in 2011+ and has that little no-purpose shelf that I would think would get in the way. The Mopar tire tread mats say 07-10, so it seems like they understand that, but there aren't any listed for later models.
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I have Husky liners and have no complaints.
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Old 12-09-2011, 02:25 PM   #23
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