I bought my jeep used (1st one), and my feet get super hot. Well i recently noticed (when the carpet began to shift) that it seems the previous owner has removed the carpet, the heat shield stuff and then pieced that carpet down to the floor (not very well either). I think it was done in an effort to hide the stereo wires for the two amps and the sub in the back and under the seats.
But my poor feet can't handle the heat!!! I like to ride barefoot all summer and it kills me. SO, here is my question:
What do you think of the floor insulation squares that somewhere like AutoZone sells, to slide under the carpet? Then to seal the carpet back down to the top of the insulation squares?
Would it be better to just rip out the carpet and use some kind of paint/spray on bed/floor liner? And which is best for reducing HEAT?!
Eventually i want to make it semi-water resistant. So that when i take the top off, if it rains before getting it back on i am not so soggy
4.0L 6 Cylinder TJ~