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Old 11-04-2012, 04:17 PM   #61
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I have Weathertech in my F350 and just put in Quadratech in my JKU.

The QTs fit perfectly, they delivered faster than expected, and the price point can't be beat.

I like them both, but for a Jeep, I'd go QT again without hesitation.

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Old 11-05-2012, 01:10 AM   #62
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but the Quadratec's are Made In The USA!!

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Old 11-05-2012, 09:25 AM   #63
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Here are my Husky Liners -



Awful. Might have to contact the company.
That sucks. Mine haven't done that thus far (2 years). You should try pouring some boiling water in it (outside of the Jeep) and see if you can't re-shape it with the heat. Maybe even heating it up in an oven.
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Old 11-05-2012, 11:03 AM   #64
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HuskyLiner is sending me out a new driver side liner. Got back to me in less than 24 hours. Hope the new one is better! Good customer service though.
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Old 11-05-2012, 02:23 PM   #65
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I can tell you not to order the Mopar slush mats. I made that mistake. Very poor fit. I donated them to my 4x4 shop and purchased Rugged Ridge cargo mat for rear and front floor mats. Perfect fit and great quality. Judging by the placement and shape of the logo, the Quadrateck must be made by RR
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Old 11-06-2012, 09:31 PM   #66
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I have Husky Liners in my '13 JKU and all of my previous trucks. My wife has Weathertechs in her Enclave. Both work and fit great. IMHO the Husky liners seem to fit the aesthetics of the jeep better, while the Weathertechs seem to go better with luxury cars etc... Either way you can't go wrong, both are a quality product.
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Old 11-07-2012, 01:59 AM   #67
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Humm, so glad I read this thead!

I was going to go with the Qtec however now that some have pointed out the design issue I looked at the pictures and see that there is no protection for the right foot and gunk dripping off to the carpet underneath. That is a deal killer, now I guess I have to go for the Wtech.
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Old 11-12-2012, 10:37 PM   #68
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I just got my jku a few days ago, and after reading this thread I'm going w/ the Weathertechs. I was leaning towards the Quads before, but I want the full protection under the pedal that the W-techs will provide. Thanks for all the info.
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Old 11-13-2012, 10:31 AM   #69
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Gotta give a thumbs up to Quadratech liners for the JKU - Great fit and nice finish... dont think you could go worng
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Old 11-26-2012, 01:39 PM   #70
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I ordered the Quadratec Ultimate Floor liners and while I like the look, my drivers side mat is curled in where the gas pedal cutout is...causing me to catch my foot while searching for the gas pedal after breaking (manual tranny). A bit of a safety concern...

Hopefully just a one-off defect. I called QTec and they will be shipping new ones out this week.
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Old 11-26-2012, 02:06 PM   #71
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I agree with the below poster 100%. I recently ordered the combo set for my 2 door JK and I'd rate all three levels separately-

Front- A+ i love these
Rear Passenger- B- I'd prefer if these were combined with the cargo and covered a bit more space, as it's pretty clear that they aren't going to provide protection around the front and sides of adult's winter boots.
Rear Cargo- D - I hate this, and for the money this is the one that has me most disappointed. There are several areas which could be improved on in terms of custom fit, the mat can be slid back and forth and side to side in a way that the front mats would never be able to. Also, as several people have mentioned, this mat is made of a totally different rubber than the other mats and clearly is not the same quality as those. I wish I had only bought the front and waited for them to improve the cargo mat someday.

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I recently bought the combo set of the "New Quadratech" floor liners. The front and 2nd row are very nice and can tell they have improved. The cargo liner they sent me though does not look or feel the same as the front and 2nd row though. Different texture, feel, thickness and tread depth isn't as deep either. I complained about the obvious difference in appearence and feel that the cargo liner is compared to the front rows, but they were adament that that was the only cargo liner they have. Any one else notice this?
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Old 11-26-2012, 05:22 PM   #72
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I installed the Quadratec rear cargo liner in my 2013 JK and now the rear seat will not latch. I cut out the holes as directed but the seat hook toward rear will not catch when you lay it back down in the upright position. It catches on the front but not the back. I think the added height of the mat is making the catch not engage. Is there an adjustment like with a hood latch? Anybody else have this problem and how to fix?
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i have weather tech front liners and the mopar cargo liner (which i think is a QT liner with a jeep badge where the qt one would be, as far as quality goes i think the weather tech is going to last longer and as far as fitment the weather tech is perfect , also the weather tech is easier to clean . deff worth they money . Did i say the words weather tech in this post ?? i dont think i mentioned how good the weather tech's were lol
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I installed the Quadratec rear cargo liner in my 2013 JK and now the rear seat will not latch. I cut out the holes as directed but the seat hook toward rear will not catch when you lay it back down in the upright position. It catches on the front but not the back. I think the added height of the mat is making the catch not engage. Is there an adjustment like with a hood latch? Anybody else have this problem and how to fix?
i found the cutout marks to be a bit off on the qt or mopar liner i just cut mine where it needed to be by pushing the liner down so i could tell where it needed to be cut , i do have to haul back on the seat a bit harder to get the rear to latch with the liner in but it didn't bother me too much. also aren't there 2 hooks on each side for the front of the seat to hook into , i think the rear part will only latch when the front is in the furthest one forward ? i'm not 100% sure on this but might be worth a look.
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Old 11-26-2012, 08:30 PM   #75
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I just got the rugged ridge liners and I love them! They look/feel like top quality.
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Old 11-26-2012, 09:28 PM   #76
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I purchased a cargo mat from Quadratec today from their "Overstock" area for $42.00 with free shipping since I'm a forum member!
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Old 11-26-2012, 09:51 PM   #77
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I can see that Q-tech calls that $42 one the "old style" cargo mat so I have to wonder what the difference is since my cargo mat definitely doesn't match my "new and improved" front mats, which are awesome.

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Old 11-26-2012, 10:09 PM   #78
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I bought the "new" Quadratec front mats for my 2013 JK. Originally, my idea was to only use them if we were going Jeeping or if it snowed ETC. I was going to keep the carpet mats in the rest of the time for appearance sake. Once I put the Quadratec mats in they stayed. I think they look great and fit very well. Makes it look more like a Jeep. Like them a lot.
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Old 11-26-2012, 10:27 PM   #79
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Where do you guys purchase the Weathertechs from and how much do you pay?
I think Im going with these because of the gas pedal thing.
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Old 11-26-2012, 10:44 PM   #80
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I installed the Quadratec rear cargo liner in my 2013 JK and now the rear seat will not latch. I cut out the holes as directed but the seat hook toward rear will not catch when you lay it back down in the upright position. It catches on the front but not the back. I think the added height of the mat is making the catch not engage. Is there an adjustment like with a hood latch? Anybody else have this problem and how to fix?
I solved this exact problem in a few days. First time to get it to latch, I opened the seat without letting it engage the back latches. Then grab the top of the seat and firmly (slam) it down into place. :-)

Let the seat in place for a bit and the second time is much easier as the liner settles in to the right shape.

That said. I agree with the above posts where the rear liner has too much play/different material and would be awesome if it just incorporated the rear passenger foot liners.
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Old 11-27-2012, 12:25 AM   #81
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I had a set of these in my JK and they didn't last very long. The part when I circled bent inwards from my shoes constantly landing on that side part. Also the passenger side few out once when I had the doors off

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I've had the same issue, worse yet on both passenger and drivers side. Go with weather tech, if my QT's hadn't been a gift I would have returned them.
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Old 11-28-2012, 04:50 PM   #82
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Where do you guys purchase the Weathertechs from and how much do you pay?
I think Im going with these because of the gas pedal thing.

Car Mats, Floor Mats, Cargo Liners, Side Window Deflectors | WeatherTech.com 99.95 plus s/h i believe for the 2 front ones . and trust me there is not a better liner on the market , they fit perfect and are held down with the factory hooks in the carpet(fit is very tight and supposedly seals around it after its hooked in) they do not slide around ,no gas pedal problems at all and the material that they are made from is indestructible.
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Old 11-28-2012, 09:20 PM   #83
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I will be ordering the full set Quadratec Combo. I like the look and here great things about them. Plus they are offering a $20 gift certificate
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vs omix ada

Anyone heard of omix Ada?

They appear to be made by same company as ruggged ridge.

The local parts store has a smoking deal on a full set front/rear/cargo for $150 the only diff I see is the logo, has the stores name instead of RR or quad
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Has anyone seen the "Catch All" line offered in the Qtec catalog. They look pretty slick. I had the Husky's in my Sahara but they slid around far too much.
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Old 12-02-2012, 11:07 AM   #86
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Just received my Weathertechs... fit perfectly. Wish they'd tone down their logo though. Probably safe some costs just embossing it directly into the mold of the mat vs. the sticky emblem which is going to get trashed anyway.
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OMIX-ADA own and is the parent company of Rugged Ridge, Alloy USA, Outland Automotive and Precision gear.
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I can see that Q-tech calls that $42 one the "old style" cargo mat so I have to wonder what the difference is since my cargo mat definitely doesn't match my "new and improved" front mats, which are awesome.

Don't know if there is much of a difference between the old and new, but I received mine from Quadratec last week and love it! Looks great and already has saved me from a milk spill.
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Old 12-03-2012, 08:13 PM   #89
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From their site:

"Quadratec Floor Liners feature a more rugged off-road tread design, a re-designed carpet attachment system and are constructed of the finest TPE material for extreme durability. The increased tread depth and the sidewall design allows our liner to hold up to 40% more liquid than our previous liners.* Each one of our liners was engineered for the best fit possible. And Our Liners are now Made in the USA. All of the improvements and no increase in price!"

Some good improvements
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