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Old 04-10-2014, 10:14 PM   #1
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Anybody know any place to get the Weathertech mats discounted or know of better mats??

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Sorry i cant answer your question as my jeep came with weather techs but i can say that the are awesome and definitely do their job
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Pricing is cheaper by a dollar and some are $2 more than from Weathertech directly. I live by the warehouse, so I drive and pick them up. Worth every penny though!
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Ebays and Cabela's is where I have found the cheapest. Weather tech makes the Cabela's brand and they are usually 10 or 20 bucks cheaper--and you put the stickers on that say Cabela's so it is your choice to advertise or not.
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Ebays and Cabela's is where I have found the cheapest. Weather tech makes the Cabela's brand and they are usually 10 or 20 bucks cheaper--and you put the stickers on that say Cabela's so it is your choice to advertise or not.
I've been waiting for Cabelas to have the 2014 wrangler listed. As of yesterday they didn't. The only reason I'm waiting on them is to spend some gift cards. I sent them and email a while back asking when they would have the 2014s and got no response.
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I've been waiting for Cabelas to have the 2014 wrangler listed. As of yesterday they didn't. The only reason I'm waiting on them is to spend some gift cards.
And the 2014 mats are different than the '12 and '13 right? I think I remember seeing that somewhere.
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And the 2014 mats are different than the '12 and '13 right? I think I remember seeing that somewhere.
Yes. The 14's have two hold downs and the 13's have just one
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Yes. The 14's have two hold downs and the 13's have just one
OK, thanks. You know, cause why leave them the same and make everyone's life easier
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Everywhere I looked was pretty much + or - $10-$15, even Amazon. Ended up going through Northridge4x4, always good customer service and free shipping over $70.

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Old 04-13-2014, 10:48 AM   #13
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Anybody know any place to get the Weathertech mats discounted or know of better mats??
You won't normally find big discounts with Weathertech or any mats for that matter. 5-10% or $10-$20 off when ordering sets is what you'll see with sometimes miscellaneous resellers offering free shipping and such.

Now, if you're looking for an alternative the Quadratec's are what I went with this go round (previously had Weathertechs.) Only reason for my change was I liked the looks of them.
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Yes. The 14's have two hold downs and the 13's have just one
Additionally, the type of hold down is completely different.

To be honest, I was a little disappointed at Weathertech's solution for the 2014 hold down. I prefer the factor version.

However, on the plus side, the 2014 Weathertech is completely sealed at the hold down area and the sides are higher, looks like they could legitimately hold 5 gallons of water.
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Old 04-13-2014, 11:14 AM   #15
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Weathertec matts

For whatever its worth.
I bought the Qaudratec matts for my TJ and love them. They fit real well.
I also bought a set of weathertech front matts for my daughters vehicle and was very disappointed. They claim to be custom fit but did not fit at all.
Looked like they were a generic size (one size fits all) that had a hanger attached like you would buy at wallmart.
Haven't contacted them yet to see about returning so I can't say how well they are on customer service.
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Old 04-13-2014, 12:13 PM   #16
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Anyone with AAA insurance can get a 5% discount on a direct phone order w/Weathertech.

Only the "digital fit" liners are all custom fit. I don't want or need the full liners so I called and asked and was told that front mats for my JK are custom fit but the rear mats are trim-to-fit.

Can anyone describe how well their tan mats match the JK khaki interior?
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For those who have purchased the Cabela's version, I am assuming is it the Husky Liners Weather Beaters?

Husky Liners® WeatherBeater™ Car Front and Rear Floor Liners : Cabela's

There are mixed reviews on Cabela's comparing them to Weathertech so not sure...
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For those who have purchased the Cabela's version, I am assuming is it the Husky Liners Weather Beaters?

Husky Liners® WeatherBeater™ Car Front and Rear Floor Liners : Cabela's

There are mixed reviews on Cabela's comparing them to Weathertech so not sure...
Cabelas sells Weathertech liners with their label. $110+ for two floor mats is bad enough without them being billboards too.
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If you're really worried about the Weathertech logo on the mat, wait a week or two and they'll fall off. It's a very heat sensitive glue and there isn't a pair I've had yet that the sticker has lasted a summer.
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Old 04-14-2014, 01:32 PM   #20
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Cabelas sells Weathertech liners with their label. $110+ for two floor mats is bad enough without them being billboards too.
I do not see any discount going with the Cabelas if I just want the front two so I will probably just go direct to Weathertech. I still have Jeep rubber mats in the rear seat area it is just that I have worn a hole in the driver's mat.
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Old 04-14-2014, 02:03 PM   #21
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The first thing I bought was a set of Weather-tech floor liners when I brought my jeep home in Dec. I love them. At first, it seemed they didn't want to stay in place, but after I removed the factory mats {put them in cargo area} they've worked great as anchor hooks have more area to grab the hole in the Weather-Techs. I did a lot of research before I bought them, and even though they were expensive, the things fit better than any other floor mats I've ever bought.

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