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Old 03-07-2012, 11:50 PM   #1
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I was looking at getting a pair of floor mats for my new 2012 and saw the ones by Quadratec. I had a 2010 Wrangler with the Mopar tire tread mats and my heel rubbed a hole in the driver mat. I could not find any reviews and just wanted to know if someone had them and what their thoughts were.

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My dad has them in his company Jeep and has never wore a hole through and he put easily 30,000 plus miles a year.

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I am buying a pair for sure in a couple days. heard nothing but good reviews with those who ordered the new mats designed for the 2012. hope this helps.
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Just got mine a few days ago. I'll have to report back once they see some action, but I love em so far and do well against water.
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Just got mine a few days ago. I'll have to report back once they see some action, but I love em so far and do well against water.

Good to hear and yes, we would like to hear further reviews.
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I just got a pair in the other day. Apparently they didn't update them for the changes in 2011 so it doesn't fit properly to the base of the seat. There's a thread here within the past day or so about it.
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i have had the 2 front seat mats from quadratec in for at least 8 months on my 2008. Put them through some abuse and they do just fine.
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I was looking at getting a pair of floor mats for my new 2012 and saw the ones by Quadratec. I had a 2010 Wrangler with the Mopar tire tread mats and my heel rubbed a hole in the driver mat. I could not find any reviews and just wanted to know if someone had them and what their thoughts were.
We redesigned the mats to increase the wear and tear resistance over the older ones. We also offer a limited lifetime warranty on them if something were to go wrong (which I dont foresee with this new rubber we're using). If you're interested, shoot me a PM and I'll help you out on the shipping costs.

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i have had the 2 front seat mats from quadratec in for at least 8 months on my 2008. Put them through some abuse and they do just fine.
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Ive got the tread ones, have had for a year with no problem. Some shoes with big treads will get hung a litlle bit but not often! Would recommend!
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I just got a pair in the other day. Apparently they didn't update them for the changes in 2011 so it doesn't fit properly to the base of the seat. There's a thread here within the past day or so about it.
I saw that thread...not sure what that's about. I've got em in a '12, front and back seats, plus cargo. They fit perfectly. The rounded part that was mentioned in the other thread fits around the outside drivers' seat rail the way it's supposed to.

They hold a ton of mud/snow/water.

I bought regular, cheapo floor mats for my '03 Liberty, and the carpets were trashed by the end of one winter (lotta road salts used in WI).

The carpets in my Wrangler still look brand-new.
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I saw that thread...not sure what that's about. I've got em in a '12, front and back seats, plus cargo. They fit perfectly. The rounded part that was mentioned in the other thread fits around the outside drivers' seat rail the way it's supposed to.

Go look at the picture I posted. Your JK may have a rounded part, but my 2012 JK does not.
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They do seem to be quit back ordered though. I ordered mine about a month ago and they still haven't shipped. I suspect it's because of the recently updated design.
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Go look at the picture I posted. Your JK may have a rounded part, but my 2012 JK does not.
I saw it. Like I said, don't know what's up w/that.

My 2012:

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Did some research and found that the Rugged Ridge version of these floor mats (which are the same) are made for the following vehicles:

2007-2010 Jeep Wrangler JK
2007-2012 Jeep Wrangler JK Unlimited


They fit the '12 JKU but not the '12 JK.
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Did some research and found that the Rugged Ridge version of these floor mats (which are the same) are made for the following vehicles:

2007-2010 Jeep Wrangler JK
2007-2012 Jeep Wrangler JK Unlimited


They fit the '12 JKU but not the '12 JK.
Well that seems...retarded. And makes zero business sense. Can you send em back?
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Well that seems...retarded. And makes zero business sense. Can you send em back?
I'm sure I can. I've never had a problem with Quadratec. But I'm also thinking that I really don't want to keep the carpet in, and since no floor liner actually fits without said carpeting, I'm wondering if I can just trim the liners and attach them to the floor in a non-permanent fashion. Someone in another thread suggested velcro adhesives.
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I'm sure I can. I've never had a problem with Quadratec. But I'm also thinking that I really don't want to keep the carpet in, and since no floor liner actually fits without said carpeting, I'm wondering if I can just trim the liners and attach them to the floor in a non-permanent fashion. Someone in another thread suggested velcro adhesives.
Haha...that was me, in Sueby's thread.

Here's how you do it:

If you pull the carpet and wanna run the Q-tec floor liners, do this: go to the hardware store and buy some Industrial Strength Velcro fasteners. The ones I've got are 4" x 2". Stick one on the bottom front and back of your floor mats, and attach their counterparts to your floor where you want the mat to sit. No sliding, and no flight attempts by the mats at speed. When you wanna clean the mats, just rip em out. And if you decide to reinstall the carpet, just peel up the velcro and clean the sticky off with rubbing alcohol.

I do something similar with my rear seat Q-liners, to keep em from trying to fly with the top/doors off on the freeway. Holds em down really well.
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Hah! That was you. Thanks for the tip, I hadn't even thought of using velcro before seeing that, but its a good idea. I keep the top off way too much to really keep carpeting in, especially in Florida. Besides, its a Jeep. Carpeting just feels wrong.
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Hah! That was you. Thanks for the tip, I hadn't even thought of using velcro before seeing that, but its a good idea. I keep the top off way too much to really keep carpeting in, especially in Florida. Besides, its a Jeep. Carpeting just feels wrong.
I hear you...Sooner or later the carpet's gonna get soaked, so why keep it? I lived in Houston, New Orleans, Atlanta and Broward/Dade for awhile. I think the carpet would be the first thing to go in my rig if I was still in one of those places.

In fact, I'd probably bedline the whole tub interior. But that's a whole different animal.
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Bedlining is way too permanent for my tastes. Its durable but its a little ugly. I actually saw someone driving around in a truck that had a bedlined exterior. The entire paint job was bedliner. It looked really really bad. Of course, this is Florida, so no surprise there.

Besides, I think the painted metal looks pretty good for the most part.
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Did some research and found that the Rugged Ridge version of these floor mats (which are the same) are made for the following vehicles:

2007-2010 Jeep Wrangler JK
2007-2012 Jeep Wrangler JK Unlimited


They fit the '12 JKU but not the '12 JK.
The old version of our floor mats were basically the same design as the RR mats. Currently, our new mats are completely different and are now made in the USA.

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The old version of our floor mats were basically the same design as the RR mats. Currently, our new mats are completely different and are now made in the USA.

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Do they warp as easy in the sun? I bought the cargo liner for my jku and it warped in the sun with prolonged exposure to 80+ degree days. I'd like to replace it, but don't want to pay that much for it to warp again. I leave my top off for approx 6 months exposing it to the sun
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The old version of our floor mats were basically the same design as the RR mats. Currently, our new mats are completely different and are now made in the USA.

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Okay, that's cool. But there's a difference between the 2012 (and 2011) JK's and JKU's. As you can see in the pics, the seat rails protrude on the JKU's. I know it sounds fussy, but it looks weird when its right in front of you.
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My problem was with the drivers side mat. It was warped as such on the left side:
Quadratec was good enough to send a replacement and even sent the passenger side mat which did not need replacing. The new ones are the same; leaving a gap that acculates debis. Oh well....
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Do they warp as easy in the sun? I bought the cargo liner for my jku and it warped in the sun with prolonged exposure to 80+ degree days. I'd like to replace it, but don't want to pay that much for it to warp again. I leave my top off for approx 6 months exposing it to the sun
The new rubber does not warp like the old ones. We had a set up on our black tar roof last summer during a heat wave for a week and they still hold their form. Shouldn't have any problems with this now.

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Okay, that's cool. But there's a difference between the 2012 (and 2011) JK's and JKU's. As you can see in the pics, the seat rails protrude on the JKU's. I know it sounds fussy, but it looks weird when its right in front of you.
I'm not familiar with the difference in that area personally, but I'll run it by our product guy that was in-charge of the redesign. I'll also go out and take look in our JK's so I'm more familiar with it.

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My problem was with the drivers side mat. It was warped as such on the left side:
Quadratec was good enough to send a replacement and even sent the passenger side mat which did not need replacing. The new ones are the same; leaving a gap that acculates debis. Oh well....
I just got mine today and it's the same way. The passenger side is beautiful but the left side of the driver mat bends over.
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I'm not familiar with the difference in that area personally, but I'll run it by our product guy that was in-charge of the redesign. I'll also go out and take look in our JK's so I'm more familiar with it.

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Since you guys are in better control of how they are made, you should look into creating a liner that replaces the carpet. No one else has anything that can do that yet.
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I was looking at getting a pair of floor mats for my new 2012 and saw the ones by Quadratec. I had a 2010 Wrangler with the Mopar tire tread mats and my heel rubbed a hole in the driver mat. I could not find any reviews and just wanted to know if someone had them and what their thoughts were.
I got them in my Rubi. Big Thick Solid.
Got them in the front, rear and on the cargo deck.
You have to make some cuts for the deck mat, and remove the rear jump seat to put the rear mat in. Haven't done that yet so I am using it in my Grand Cherokee.

I like them. Save the carpet mats that came with the jeep for weddings!
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I have a front and rear set the are less then a year old and in great shape yet that I am looking to sell. If anyone is interested get ahold of me.

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