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11-25-2010 12:57 AM
Emerett Just get it sprayed with bedliner, with your backseats out, your interior wheel wells WILL get destroyed.

Trust me, 2 months of throwing my bike in the back, has taken a good portion of the paint off.
11-25-2010 12:11 AM
Muddyspokes
Quadratec covers...

The Quadratec covers the whole back floor with or with out the seat in. Picked one up last week...the matt has a space to pull the seat belts through... fits side to side and front to rear nicely. You will need rear floor matts for the foot space...
I think its a decent product.
11-24-2010 09:15 PM
bobjenkins I cut a piece of carpet and put it back there works great.

that quadratec rear cargo liner DOES NOT cover the entire area. there is a size you can measure and see . hope you find something!
11-24-2010 09:08 PM
KeeblerKO You could always separate the rear carpet section and put down some bedliner. You could even paint over it in a color that comes close to matching the rest of your carpet...

As far as that storage container, if you're looking for something bag-like you could try a local military surplus. You'd be able to see the size of the bag before you buy. Most surplus stores carry new items as well not specifically made for military use. The one here has some range bags that compare to the bag you posted.
06-19-2010 08:25 AM
scavanau Measure...

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1 Premium Rear Cargo Mat (25.50x35.00)
06-16-2010 06:07 AM
Dillinger
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Originally Posted by wasurfer86 View Post
Not sure if this one covers the entire back either... Kind of looks like the seats are folded up?

Thanks for everyone's help so far!
06-16-2010 01:03 AM
wasurfer86 as for the brand ive got the quadratec ones on my front and passenger floor and they are pretty heavy duty
06-16-2010 01:00 AM
wasurfer86 Husky Liners 21761 - Husky Molded Cargo Liners for 03-06 Jeep® Wrangler TJ - Quadratec

is this what you're looking for
06-15-2010 09:46 PM
hritz77 i dont think it covers the entire space without the seat. you can see in the picture that the seat is just folded up.
06-15-2010 09:35 PM
Dillinger
Storage and Rear Cargo Liner?

Two questions on accessories... I removed the back seats from my Jeep and want a rear floor liner for the entire back space. Is this a good option?
1425520107 - Quadratec® Ultimate All Weather Rear Cargo Liner for 87-06 Jeep® Wrangler YJ, TJ & Unlimited - Quadratec
I cant tell if that will fill the whole rear space without seats? Does anyone have any other products they would recommend?

I am also looking for some kind of small storage container for the back to put random things in such as first aid, flashlights, etc... Is this a good option?
Original Replacement Parts 13551.01 - Rear Storage Bag - Quadratec
It looks sort of big...

Thanks in advanced!

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