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Old 08-02-2014, 12:14 AM   #1
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'92 tinker build

I got a 92 wrangler a few weeks ago and I couldn't be happier. But dealing with a 22 year old car, there are of course things I want to change or update.

When I bought it, it came with black carpet covering the entire floor and rear wheel wells. But it either wasn't glued properly, or the glue was old and he carpet was coming unglued. (You can see up I front I the shifter)

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I started to pull off the carpet and found a pad under most of the carpet.

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I got most of the pad off in the back when I decided to call it a night and wait till I have a brush or scraper to get the pad off.

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Old 08-05-2014, 12:44 AM   #2
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Day two of the carpet removal.
I pulled out all of the seats and the center console to get started on the front carpet.
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I decided to pull all of the carpet before working on the pad under the carpet.
When I pulled the carpet in the front, I noticed rust under the carpet on the drivers floor pan.
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But when I looked at it closer I realized that it's just surface rust. Which should come right off with a wire wheel.

The finished product of day two.
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I only had a plastic scraper at the time so there are still places that still have pad remnants. But I have a natal scraper at work that should get more off.
I would appreciate input on how others go their pad off.
I plan on buying a bed liner kit in the next week or two and doing the entire tub in bed liner, which should take care of the rust on the drivers floor pan.
I have seen some finished products where people coat their tub in bed liner, but I would love more pictures of your finished products.
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