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Old 04-24-2013, 01:56 PM   #1
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Hey guys, got my '92 YJ loaded down with floor matts because currently the floor is nothing but the orignial tub metal coated with bed liner. There's a few holes and separations where its had to be patched up from rust issues. I wanted opinions on getting carpet put in. How should I go about it, what kinds should I get and where is a good place to get a kit? Also if anybody has any good suggestions for fixing sealing the floor and preventing further rust?

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Old 04-24-2013, 02:10 PM   #2
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Hey guys, got my '92 YJ loaded down with floor matts because currently the floor is nothing but the orignial tub metal coated with bed liner. There's a few holes and separations where its had to be patched up from rust issues. I wanted opinions on getting carpet put in. How should I go about it, what kinds should I get and where is a good place to get a kit? Also if anybody has any good suggestions for fixing sealing the floor and preventing further rust?
Jeep4x4center has some carpet kits, i don't know it they are a good price but they had them for 130-160

What needs fixed and sealed on the floor

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Old 04-24-2013, 02:16 PM   #3
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I would grind out the rust treat it and touch up the bedliner. If you really need carpet then get some on one of the sites. I put some sound heat mat in miy front cab area when I installed the wifes carpet which I have no use for but it is good to go.

To get the rust out use a sander/grinder/wirewheel and take it as best you can to bare metal prime and treat with something there a number of rust products out there. Get some spray can bedliner to cover. It takes some time and patience but needs to be done to at least arrest the rust.
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Old 04-24-2013, 03:01 PM   #4
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Thanks for the feedback! I don't really have a need for carpet either but The bedliner is worn in the floor and My speakers are rigged up in a way that without the matts in place, there are wires running all over the floor. I figured a carpet would help keep the inside a little cleaner and cover up all the rigged wires
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