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Old 04-25-2013, 11:56 PM   #1
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Best floor liners for Bedlined tub or NO carpet?

Recently line-x'd my tub. Wondering what the best liners are for those that either have a bedlined tub or those that run without carpet. Guessing I'd want ones without the nubs for holding in carpet..?

Was thinking about the quadratec ultimates?

Thanks in advance!

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Recently line-x'd my tub. Wondering what the best liners are for those that either have a bedlined tub or those that run without carpet. Guessing I'd want ones without the nubs for holding in carpet..?

Was thinking about the quadratec ultimates?

Thanks in advance!
Can I ask for pix of ur linex?? I want mine done

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All I have available right now are in my build thread here: http://www.wranglerforum.com/f5/dnkc...ml#post3654493
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I have the Quadratrec Ultimates in my 03 which is lined they do have nubs on the bottom but fit so well they dont move around, Tuff and easy to clean I like them. I also took a flat rubber truck bedliner and cut it down to fit in the rear cargo area ( I have no rear seat, seatbelts or hardware ) becuase I use the 03 as a truck hualing parts and stuff.
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flflash, thanks for the opinion, are the Qtec ultimates more rubber in feel or plastic in feel?

Any other opinions??
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I have the Tread Lightly version of the quadratec's in the front of mine and like them, a little more rubbery in feel. I have a horse stall mat in the rear cargo area custom cut to fit.
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Why bother?
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Why bother?
To alleviate potential discomforts of heat, noise, wearing on the liner. There are several "bothers" that many have sought answers for, with regard to lining.

I too am curious about mats for this set up. I keep reading noise is a huge issue when lining tub/no carpet. This horse stall mat is interesting. If done right, I wonder if it gets rid of the some the noise. It is supposed to be fairly dense. Another thought I had was preventing dog claws from ripping off from the liner. Saw a kennel that had lined their lower walls and the claws would stick too well and rip off.
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flflash, thanks for the opinion, are the Qtec ultimates more rubber in feel or plastic in feel?

Any other opinions??

I also have a bedlined tub and run the q-tec ultimates. They keep the heat down (at least right on your feet) and it's nice to catch all the dirt and leaves and whatnot.

The little quadratec brand name badges will come off, they're not well glued on. But who cares?

They feel more rubbery than plasticy to me.
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Why bother?
I've had to touch up where my heel rests once, and it needs it again. I've been looking at the Quadratec mats. They look pretty decent.
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I have the rugged ridge mats and no carpet and they are really nice.
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Thanks for the opinions! I think at this point I've pretty much narrowed it down to the Q-tec ultimates. I'll give em a go and see how the work out..

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