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Old 12-01-2011, 03:46 PM   #1
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Rear Cargo Liner - 2012 Rubicon

I am looking for advice for my purchase of a rear cargo liner. There is no need to get into another cargo liner review thread. I only want to know about fitment with these two issues:

First off, does anyone have anything to offer concerning testing a particular mat in a 2012? Secondly, and more importantly, what about these mats in a Rubicon having the rear sub?

Anyone with a rear mat in a 2012 Rubicon would be gold! Thanks!

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Old 12-01-2011, 03:54 PM   #2
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Hi!

I've been looking at the Quatratec liner for the cargo area of a 2012 JKU Rubi. If you go to their site and have a look at it they have a liner for the 2012 that has a pre marked section that can be cut out to specifically fit the area taken up by the sub.

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Quadratec Exclusive 1425530107 - Quadratec® Ultimate All Weather Rear Cargo Liner for 07-12 Jeep® Wrangler & Wrangler Unlimited JK - Quadratec

I can't speak for quality because I am in the ordering process, however I did arrange for free shipping, which is nice.

I don't work for Quadratec.

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Old 12-01-2011, 08:12 PM   #3
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I have the cargo mat referred to above. It looks like it would be easy to trim for the sub. Quality looks good to me. I have had weather tech and husky, but could not find a mat from either company that covers the entire back of the jeep. The quadratech mat does. I bought the husky cargo liner for my TJ and it only covers about 3/4s of the cargo area.
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Bigdude, thanks for the info on quality, it makes me feel like I made the right decision with this mat kit. (liners for front, rear and cargo area)

Does anyone know of a product to protect the back of the second row seating in a four door? I know it's a Jeep and loves hard treatment but I am going to be throwing all kinds of outdoor gear in the back - mountain bike, skis, snow shoes, ect, and if I can protect the back of the seats when they are up or down it would be great.

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I am looking for advice for my purchase of a rear cargo liner. There is no need to get into another cargo liner review thread. I only want to know about fitment with these two issues:

First off, does anyone have anything to offer concerning testing a particular mat in a 2012? Secondly, and more importantly, what about these mats in a Rubicon having the rear sub?

Anyone with a rear mat in a 2012 Rubicon would be gold! Thanks!
This should fit 07-12. Got one from AutoAnything.com All weather cargo protector by Husky. Only $72 and change and free quick shipping (with $10 off coupon). Perfect cutouts for hooks and subwoofer. The picture on their website is not accurate but you'll receive the right one! Tall lip, thick enough and easy to trim. I like it and should hold up well...Good Luck!
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Old 12-01-2011, 09:14 PM   #6
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The Quadratec floor mats really fit nice in the rear and also in Front and then in between the seats. They have a nice lip and are deep. For the 2012.
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Hey keep moving forward. I got around to putting in my quadratech cargo liner today. I cut the holes for the back seat mounts. My seat will not lock into position with the mat in place. You might not want to cut the holes in it. Just guessing, I am thinking that I am going to have a problem returning it.
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Old 12-04-2011, 07:17 PM   #8
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I just installed the Quadratec Ultimate Floor mat kit which includes the one for the cargo area, in my 2012 4-door. It works great. There is a section you trim out due to the sub. Fitment is great.
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Hey keep moving forward. I got around to putting in my quadratech cargo liner today. I cut the holes for the back seat mounts. My seat will not lock into position with the mat in place. You might not want to cut the holes in it. Just guessing, I am thinking that I am going to have a problem returning it.

Big Dude,

Thanks for the heads up, I appreciate it, but I think you only have to cut out the holes for the back seat in a two door. With the four door I think you just cut out the sub area.

Sorry you're having problems.
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Then you will be good to go.
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Big Dude,

Thanks for the heads up, I appreciate it, but I think you only have to cut out the holes for the back seat in a two door. With the four door I think you just cut out the sub area.

Sorry you're having problems.
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I have a 08 JKUR with the Quadratec cargo mat and a 12 JKR with Rugged Ridge cargo mat, they make the Quadratec mats. The 08 and 12 mats were exactly the same as far as the cut out for the sub. The 08 and 12 subs are not the same. If you follow the cut out on the mat when you install it in the 12 it will not fit tightly at the front of the sub. I didn't pay attention to this and could have made it fit tightly if I had done a "custom" cut.
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Hey keep moving forward. I got around to putting in my quadratech cargo liner today. I cut the holes for the back seat mounts. My seat will not lock into position with the mat in place. You might not want to cut the holes in it. Just guessing, I am thinking that I am going to have a problem returning it.
I am assuming you have a 2 dr. because you cut the mat for the rear seat. I cut the mats for the seats on my 12 and the seat locks just fine.
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Yes, mine is a two door. The mat is just thick enough to prevent the latch from closing. No matter how hard you slam it down, or if you sit in it, it will not close. When I take the mat back out the seat latches no problem.
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Have you sent a PM to Joe, the Quadratec rep who maintains a profile here in the forum? I've dealt with him recently and found that he offers great service. I wonder if he would post here with his take on your problem?
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Thanks for the tip!
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Ive been looking at the tread lightly one from quadratec
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For those of you that have used the rugged ridge or tread lightly ones (or the huskys for that matter) in a 2 door, do they cover the entire rear of the jeep with the seat removed, or do they only cover part of it?..I have been having a hard time figuring out if any of them do.
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I have a 2 Dr '12 with the Husky installed and it does cover the entire rear area from the tailgate to the precipice of the rear seat footwells. Redbelly's photos above are very representative. Also, no problem getting the rear seat to latch in place.
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Yes, mine is a two door. The mat is just thick enough to prevent the latch from closing. No matter how hard you slam it down, or if you sit in it, it will not close. When I take the mat back out the seat latches no problem.
I latched my rear seat again yesterday with the Rugged Ridge mat in place and it latches fine but only if you have the seat back pulled back in the sitting position. If you are doing this I don't see why there is a problem. The Quad mats are the same as mine.
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Old 01-04-2012, 07:09 PM   #21
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Thank you..that's what I'll go with

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