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04-14-2013 03:51 PM
Y-Guy
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Originally Posted by Flint_Holbrook View Post
As per request
Thanks, the colors look pretty good together I wasn't sure how the dash and floor mat colors would match up. Thanks for posting!
04-14-2013 01:43 PM
Odie202 I too have the quadratec mats and try fit perfectly and clean up really well.
04-13-2013 01:42 PM
oOoYTSEJAMoOo How do the sides hold up? The quadratecs don't stay to the side vey well creating a gap. Bugs me.
04-13-2013 06:51 AM
Flint_Holbrook As per request
04-11-2013 08:03 PM
Flint_Holbrook I will see what I can do. I will have to get one in the day light so you can see it good.
04-10-2013 12:06 AM
Y-Guy
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Originally Posted by Flint_Holbrook View Post
The Weathertec looks good against the black carpet matching the saddle underdash
Any chance of a pic of your setup?
04-09-2013 08:55 PM
Flint_Holbrook I bought the Weathertech for my 2013 Rubicon. I have a set of Husky's in my 2003 F 250 for 10 years and 400,000 miles love the Husky's. However, Weathertech had two positives. one, they made a set in tan or saddle as I have the black interior with the dark saddle trim. The Weathertec looks good against the black carpet matching the saddle underdash (husky, Q-tech and others only offered black for the JK). Second, they extend completely under the accelerator. this is a must to protect the carpet near the pedal.
04-09-2013 07:41 PM
oOoYTSEJAMoOo
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Originally Posted by GMJR99 View Post
So here's my input; first, thanks to you for helping me make what I think was the right choice for me. I just received my Triple Set of Qtecs All weather floor mats ( Front, Rear Seat, and Cargo). The ordering process was simple arrived in a couple of days.

Very Satisifed, Great fit, High Quality material, and Here's the clincher for me....They look like they fit the Jeep Lifestyle. Deep Tire Tread Pattern, a real tough look to them. Compare that to the Weathertech mat, those look........soft......., like they belong in a Prius or Buick Century, not a Jeep. I've attached some photos for review and the last with a "modified" old Chevy liner becasue I was unable to find one that would fit the cargo area with the seat folded. Qtec, This might be something to look into as a new product. Yes a niche but charge for the limited production run.
I like your modified, and I wish someone would manufacture the back just like that. This is the only reason I haven't purchased one for the back. I still use the factory. Great idea!
04-09-2013 07:37 PM
GMJR99
Qtec Mats

So here's my input; first, thanks to you for helping me make what I think was the right choice for me. I just received my Triple Set of Qtecs All weather floor mats ( Front, Rear Seat, and Cargo). The ordering process was simple arrived in a couple of days.

Very Satisifed, Great fit, High Quality material, and Here's the clincher for me....They look like they fit the Jeep Lifestyle. Deep Tire Tread Pattern, a real tough look to them. Compare that to the Weathertech mat, those look........soft......., like they belong in a Prius or Buick Century, not a Jeep. I've attached some photos for review and the last with a "modified" old Chevy liner becasue I was unable to find one that would fit the cargo area with the seat folded. Qtec, This might be something to look into as a new product. Yes a niche but charge for the limited production run.
03-14-2013 03:17 PM
mike1158
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Originally Posted by G36ff View Post
Quadratec makes a rear floor liner for the 2 door that fits with or without the back seat. I have it, works great. I have the Quadratec liners for the front (2 door) and the've held lots of snow, sand, and mud from our New England winters. Rugs underneath are still spotless.
looks like it's the same rear mat for JK & JKU...... as i suspected
03-14-2013 03:00 PM
G36ff
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Originally Posted by mike1158 View Post
looks good...thanks

i wish they made one for a 2 door with the back seat out...
Quadratec makes a rear floor liner for the 2 door that fits with or without the back seat. I have it, works great. I have the Quadratec liners for the front (2 door) and the've held lots of snow, sand, and mud from our New England winters. Rugs underneath are still spotless.
03-14-2013 02:54 PM
Hokieneer
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Originally Posted by mike1158 View Post
how does that little rear storage compartment work with the rear mat ?

how much $ did it run ya ?
It just lays over the top of the storage compartment they were about 290 delivered they are more expensive but I had them in my old jeep for 14 years and they are almost in the same shape as the day I got them, I am really happy with them
03-14-2013 02:37 PM
WhiteSaharaInPA I have the weathertech mats In mine, but I just saw AEV released a decent looking set of mats for the Jks!
03-14-2013 02:33 PM
mike1158 how does that little rear storage compartment work with the rear mat ?

how much $ did it run ya ?
03-14-2013 01:40 PM
Hokieneer
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Originally Posted by mike1158 View Post
looks good...thanks

i wish they made one for a 2 door with the back seat out...

Hey, can you measure the length of your back mat?

I just had an idea ..
Sure thing! it is 37.5 in deep, good luck hopefully it will fit!
03-14-2013 01:33 PM
mike1158 looks good...thanks

i wish they made one for a 2 door with the back seat out...

Hey, can you measure the length of your back mat?

I just had an idea ..
03-14-2013 01:27 PM
Hokieneer Just got my Weathertech's installed they are really nice and fit like a glove
did have to trim the trunk for the sub-woofer but it was setup to be cut so no big deal. They seem really high quality and the hooks fit well so they don't move they are great I highly recommend them
03-13-2013 07:24 PM
mike1158 thank you sir....
03-13-2013 06:06 PM
jp2611
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Originally Posted by mike1158 View Post
ok so i got my WeatherTech mats today...before i got my Jeep
coming soon.....

My question is, the hole in the liner where the retainer is supposed to hold the liner...is the retainer mounted in the Jeep or were they supposed to come with the liners ?
They will be in the Jeep...at least they were with my '04 and my '12
03-13-2013 05:53 PM
mike1158 ok so i got my WeatherTech mats today...before i got my Jeep
coming soon.....

My question is, the hole in the liner where the retainer is supposed to hold the liner...is the retainer mounted in the Jeep or were they supposed to come with the liners ?
03-06-2013 09:35 AM
COStrider
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Originally Posted by cobra_4
Quadratec's here. I only have the front for now but plan to add the rear and cargo soon. I'm a long time husky liner user but these Quadratecs are much nicer especially in something that at times may get some pretty serious mud/water like a Jeep. I've never been impressed or saw the hype over weathertechs.
I'm gonna wager you haven't run Weathertechs! That's why you say that. I haven't run quadratecs or others. So I won't bash them. Nothing that I have run has taken so much abuse as Weathertechs AND Weathertechs are made in the USA (I don't know about the others).
03-06-2013 09:30 AM
maggard5
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Originally Posted by Randy-S View Post
Got a link or a press release in the recall?
Refer to this thread for more information. It includes Quadratech's response starting at post #35.
03-06-2013 09:22 AM
Randy-S Got a link or a press release in the recall?
03-06-2013 09:09 AM
Vette man
Quadratec Matts

Just read Quadratec has recall going out on 2007-2013 driver floor matt.Driver side can get stuck on gas pedal and stick.
03-06-2013 09:01 AM
cobra_4 Quadratec's here. I only have the front for now but plan to add the rear and cargo soon. I'm a long time husky liner user but these Quadratecs are much nicer especially in something that at times may get some pretty serious mud/water like a Jeep. I've never been impressed or saw the hype over weathertechs.
03-05-2013 07:11 PM
jchaco Actually got my Quadratec liners in the mail, and immediately impressed by the quality and I can tell these will last forever.
03-05-2013 07:03 PM
SullyRock71 Just ordered the Quadratec Triple Pack for the new JKUR after having Husky's in the old 2 door. Before trading it in I had my first leak and there was about an inch and a half of water under the liners and some inside it, so guess they didn't work perfectly well. Figured I'd try something new now....
03-05-2013 06:25 PM
jt5280 Went with Weathertech up front and Quadratech for the rear on my 2 door. Couldn't be happier.
01-31-2013 10:46 AM
pazbich3 Just purchased Quadratec's front mats and I can attest to the quality of these! I called my order in (first purchase through them) and very nice and helpful...and free shipping to boot. Mailed out same day and delivered the next (although I am in PA, 90 minutes down the road).

They seem like they will hold up real well in all the elements, but the lifetime warranty is a nice reassurance as well.
01-31-2013 10:03 AM
Dozer13JK Can anyone tell me why they don't offer rear MOPAR slush mats for 2 door JK's and only offer them on 4 door JKU's? I don't understand this. I'm picky and want my rears to match the fronts. I love the look of the factory MOPAR slush mats. My guess is they figure anyone owning a 2 door JK isn't ever going to be carrying any rear passengers? Lol
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