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Old 04-01-2014, 09:38 AM   #1
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Quadratec floor mats

My Quadratec floor mats finally arrived for my 2014 JKU after a couple month backorder while the new style was being manufactured. They were worth the wait. Very nice fitting and they pop into the existing mat stays...no way they will slide around.

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Did you get front, back, and rear cargo? If so, did they all come together? Still waiting on mine to arrive. They are coming in two separate boxes. Hoping that means I get my complete order.

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Old 04-01-2014, 10:23 AM   #3
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I ordered mine early January. Front and rear came friday together. Cargo mat came yesterday. I agree, fronts are locked in solidly. I was expecting a little more floor coverage for the back seat floor, but generally very happy with them.
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Did you get front, back, and rear cargo? If so, did they all come together? Still waiting on mine to arrive. They are coming in two separate boxes. Hoping that means I get my complete order.
I didn't order the rear or cargo....jus the front and the door entry guards (which now show to be shipped.) I wanted to see the quality of the front first. I've always bought Weathertech for my other vehicles but was a little disappointed in the last one I bought for the wife's Expedition. I really like the Quadratec front mats, so I think I'll order the rear cargo shortly.
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I ordered mine early January. Front and rear came friday together. Cargo mat came yesterday. I agree, fronts are locked in solidly. I was expecting a little more floor coverage for the back seat floor, but generally very happy with them.
Same here, the fronts are great, the cargo mat is great but the rear seat mats I thought could have extended a little further front and back under the seats for better coverage.
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Thanks for the orders all. Great to hear that you are pleased with our liners. Don't be afraid to post some photos as well. We'd love to see them!

I'll pass along the information regarding the rear liners to my engineering and merchandising departments for review.

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Happy with mine. I got the front and rear cargo. Quality is very good as well as fit. Like them better than my Weathertec I had in my truck.
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JUST pulled up my 'JEEP' front mats for some much needed spring cleaning...... and the floor is soaked. We have had a winter for the ages re: snow and it pilled up in the foot wheel each time you got in and out.
What I am wondering is do these 'quadratrac' mats cover the sides of the foot wells? I want something that keeps water IN and not in the rug.
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I got my fronts/rears, but haven't gotten any word from them as to if the cargo mats are on the way or not...
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Old 04-02-2014, 02:02 AM   #10
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Front mats are ok, the whole that locks the mat into place allows the snow that melts in your vehicle leak onto your carpet. They are great for catching light water and all the mud you can throw at them.

For me the back mats work great...
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Is the cargo mat fabricated to fit around the subwoofer?
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Cargo mat was waiting for me at home last night but I didn't get a chance to install it. I'm not going to be pleased if it isn't molded to fit with the subwoofer.

EDIT: didn't even think about the fact that I now have a cargo area enclosure... Hope it fits in there. If not, there will be cutting.

As for the holes where they mount to the floor, I can see why that's a problem. I'll be looking for something to seal it up soon.
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Old 04-02-2014, 09:55 AM   #13
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anybody have pics of these installed in their wrangler?
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First one is passenger side...second is driver side.

It would take a fairly large amount of water to enter the attachment slot and reach the carpet...as you can see the rubber is built up around the slot to prevent this from happening. The fit is very nice.
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derailing this thread a bit...but curious, are there mat stays/hooks in the rear seat area of new JKUs?
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derailing this thread a bit...but curious, are there mat stays/hooks in the rear seat area of new JKUs?
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derailing this thread a bit...but curious, are there mat stays/hooks in the rear seat area of new JKUs?
I got one rear mat stay nub on each side. I don't think these rear mats use them though - or need them since it's a good fit.

I wish they extended back a little more to cover the rest of the entry and a little more carpet. I do like that they cover the hump in the middle.

I'd guess if you accumulated slush up front you'd lose more water at the gas pedal cutout than at the hole.

Great fit. Overall very happy with them.
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If someone has some pictures of the Quadratec rear Cargo mat, could you post them?
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Great mats. My first upgrade on the JK.
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I got one rear mat stay nub on each side. I don't think these rear mats use them though - or need them since it's a good fit.

I wish they extended back a little more to cover the rest of the entry and a little more carpet. I do like that they cover the hump in the middle.

I'd guess if you accumulated slush up front you'd lose more water at the gas pedal cutout than at the hole.

Great fit. Overall very happy with them.
drive on 95 with the doors off and let me know if some wicked spirit decides to lift that rear mat up for you...despite the good fit.
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I've got the rear mat in, and yes it fits well around the sub. It also has the lip closest to the front of the vehicle, which may get in the way if you ever fold the rear seats down to fit something long, but it should just pop back up when the object is removed... perhaps all cargo mats are like that - IDK as this is my first jeep. I'll snag a pic of it at lunch today.
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I bought fronts, rears, and cargo as the set; cargo shipped separately. I'll have to double-check b/c I haven't put the others in yet, but I think the cargo is made of a different material: feels slicker and not as rubbery. good quality though.
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That was the first thing I ordered for my '13 last May. Love how they fit and with this harsh winter, it was worth it!
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I bought fronts, rears, and cargo as the set; cargo shipped separately. I'll have to double-check b/c I haven't put the others in yet, but I think the cargo is made of a different material: feels slicker and not as rubbery. good quality though.
Thanks for this, first pic of the cargo mar I've seen thus far. How much for all of it?
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it was whatever price qtech was running on them... 209.97. didn't get a discount or anything. my luck they will go on sale tomorrow
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I love my front mats, but I really wish the rear ones used the retainer clips like the front so they would pop/lock into place. I'm worried I'll have to remove rear during the summer doors/top off when freeway driving so the mat doesn't fly out.
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That was the first thing I ordered for my '13 last May. Love how they fit and with this harsh winter, it was worth it!
We had a harsh winter, too... I was happy when the mats finally arrived- two days after the last snow of the year.
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These are made to install over the existing carpet, not removing the carpet and the mats on bare metal?
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it was whatever price qtech was running on them... 209.97. didn't get a discount or anything. my luck they will go on sale tomorrow
I got mine today. They fit well, and I love the look. I paid $199 or whatever the quadratic website said

When i called to order, I asked about if it was discounted to order a whole set vs separately , and was told no but that a $20 gift cert would be include with the order of a set. Since I have a wish list on my new jeep, I said "great!" But nothing shows on my account as a credit at this point. I was not going to order the rear mats as they don't cover up where I wanted, so I'm not sure id redo that deal.

So anyhow- I love the cargo and front, rear is nice but not big enough so rates a" meh" and the deal rates less than "meh " as I feel I was lied to by $20.
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Wondering if you took rear seat out in the 2 -door would a unlimited rear mat fit in a cargo area plus seat area ( too long ) ?

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