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Old 02-24-2010, 06:47 PM   #1
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Rear Cargo Liner

So I bought a rear cargo liner from quadratic expecting it to span the full length of the YJ's back but to my surprise it only covers the back half. which really IMO makes it useless if your loading up large cargo. Anyone know of such a rubber mat/liner that spans the full length back of the yj (from tailgate to the drop off where the back passenger feet would go)

or should i just hurculine it
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thats nice and clean looking but it doesn't appear to cover the back which is what i mainly need...thank you though...those look nice
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It would seem there are two types, one that covers just the front like the one pictured, but there is also a full one, the product information reads: "This textured molded set covers the floor of the vehicle including the vertical areas over the rear wheel wells & tailgate. " but maybe they are just showing the wrong picture, I would fire them of an email. I'm verry tempted to get one of those myself, a soggy country like Ireland and carpet in a leaky jeep isn't a good combination...stuff goes green.
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This is the largest one I've seen, it doesn't go all the way forward but it goes farther than just the "trunk" area

1425520107 - Quadratec® Ultimate All Weather Rear Cargo Liner for 87-06 Jeep® Wrangler YJ, TJ & Unlimited - Quadratec

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Old 02-26-2010, 08:03 AM   #6
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This is the largest one I've seen, it doesn't go all the way forward but it goes farther than just the "trunk" area

1425520107 - Quadratec® Ultimate All Weather Rear Cargo Liner for 87-06 Jeep® Wrangler YJ, TJ & Unlimited - Quadratec

that would be the one i bought and was not pleased with. I am thinking of buying another and cutting them both to fit and fusing them together
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this looks really nice... im also planning to purchase for my vehicle. glad i found this thread and i'll add this to my options..

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Herculiner is worth it. Even if you just wanted to herculine the trunk area, I'd say go Herculiner.
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I couldn't find a suitable cargo liner either. I just wanted something to weatherproof the rear of my wrangler, as anytime the carpeting got even slightly wet it smelled awful for days. I ended up buying a 4' x 6' recycled rubber mat from Lowe's for $29 and cutting it to fit the back of the jeep. I used the old carpeting as a template, so I got it to fit perfectly. The top side of the mat is textured with a "diamond plate" type pattern, so flip it over and use a razor knife to cute it on the flat side. The mat reaches all the way under the rear seat, into the rear foot wells. The excess I cut off made nice rear floor mats, so the entire back of the jeep is covered in a single, uniform material that gives it a very professional, finished look. It looks like a custom mat you would pay $100 dollars for. The rubber mat is nice, it is made from recycled tires and is about 1" thick. It provides cushioning, gives the rear of the jeep a rugged but finished look, and you can take it out and hose it off if it gets too dirty. Best of all it doesn't absorb and hold water, so it won't get musty and stink like dirty gym socks!

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