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Old 06-30-2013, 09:56 PM   #1
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This weekend I started the conversion of my 2013 jk to a full time open top. I've pulled out the carpet and am getting ready to order some wet okole seat covers and a bikini top. When it's done, I'm removing the soft top and if it rains, it'll just get wet. No more rushing out every afternoon to throw the top up when I hear thunder.

My question is, does anyone know of a rubber covering that will cover the floor in the rear cargo area and under the back seat? I've already got Rugged Ridge rubber mats for the area at my feet, but I want something that will protect the metal in the back also. It's hard enough to keep scratches off of the outside of the Jeep on the trails. I don't want to be worried about scratching up the paint on the inside too.

Thanks.

BTW, I know I'm going to get suggestions to bedline the interior, but I'm just not ready to take that step yet...

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I love the idea (and look) of bedlining, but I'm having a hard time with the idea of sanding the interior of the Jeep when it's only got 5k miles. I was hoping for a rubber covering I could put down for protection until I get the stones to go for the full monte
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