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Elarson 10-20-2012 08:41 PM

Quadratech's Vs Husky Liners Vs Weathertech??
 
Winter is quickly coming and I need some good floor mats of the "complete coverage" type. Any thoughts on the set sold by Quadratec here:

Quadratec® Ultimate All Weather Floor Liner Triple Combo for 07-13 Jeep® Wrangler Unlimited JK 4 Door - Quadratec

vs. a full set of Weather Tech's or Husky Liners? Similar or same quality?? Anyone have the Quadratecs or know who is branding them for them?

Eric

wassup8687 10-20-2012 09:24 PM

I have the Quadratecs and love them. They fit like a glove.

I've had WeatherTechs on previous vehicles and prefer the Quadratecs over any I've ever owned.

Elarson 10-20-2012 09:32 PM

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Originally Posted by wassup8687 (Post 2909929)
I have the Quadratecs and love them. They fit like a glove.

I've had WeatherTechs on previous vehicles and prefer the Quadratecs over any I've ever owned.


Perfect...exactly the fedback I was looking for and hoping for!! I am going to order the set right now!!

lolpetewtf 10-20-2012 09:37 PM

Don't get Husky Liners. My drivers side does not fit well; my brother's Quadratech set is awesome.

Irishbaja 10-20-2012 09:39 PM

I didn't like the QT ones over Weathertech mainly because by accelerator it's open allowing all the melted mess to run out on carpet.

Beastmaster 10-20-2012 09:58 PM

I have the Q-teck liners and even though they are a little thinner than I expected, I still like them. The main reason I got them was because the ones in the middle (I have a JKU also) are one piece and go over the hump. They flap a little and someone suggested to cut the old mats I had before and place them on top as weights. I tried it but decided noy to go that route. They flap but even with the doors off @ 75 MPH, I haven't lost them.
Since they are cuped on the sides (at least in the front and cargo area) any water that comes in will be held.

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109 Rider 10-20-2012 10:52 PM

+1 Quadratec.
I bought mine month ago. Perfect fit, excellent material, LIFE TIME warranty.
I ordered front and cargo. If ordering cargo, make sure you specify if you have sub woofer or not.
Place the order via phone, tell them you are member of this forum and get free shipping. I was stupid enough not to do that.

jdambm 10-21-2012 12:02 AM

What about mopar slush mats???

DarthJeep 10-21-2012 12:15 AM

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Originally Posted by jdambm
What about mopar slush mats???

X2 love my slush mats.

lulu2533 10-21-2012 07:08 AM

Weathertechs!! Fit great. Bit expensive, but well worth it IMO.

jp2611 10-21-2012 07:19 AM

My '04 had the Qt's IMO the Rugged Ridge that I got from another vendor on here...who is local to me..fit my '12 better than the QT's fit my '04. I had ordered the QTs for the '12 2 weeks before Christmas, but they couldn't get them here before Christmas so I returned them and got the RR. I haven't ordered anything from them since.

Binx 10-21-2012 07:35 AM

mopar slush fronts 40 bucks from dealer. Quadratec cargo liner in back. 100 bucks total cant beat it and work great. The mopar fronts dont move in the front like some of the others.

lexington01 10-21-2012 07:59 AM

I've been looking at mats too. The only thing holding me back from the quadratecs is that they have a cutout around the gas pedal. My wife's weather techs have the same thing, so you get crusty salt on the carpet around the pedal because there's no protection there. It also allows water to drain off your shoe under the mat since you're right foot spends most of its time on the gas. I'm leaning toward the Huskeys because they go all the way up under the gas pedal. They're the only liner I've found that does that.

As far as the mopar mats, my Arctic came with them. They're a mat, not a liner, so there's no edge to keep water from draining under them when you track in a bunch of slush.

JK NOOB 10-21-2012 09:24 AM

I'm very happy with the Husky's nice tight fit. Also have a pair in my 06 F250 since it was new and they're holding up good

RunGump 10-21-2012 09:33 AM

I have the Quadratec mats in mine. They fit great with limited movement while you are shifting, getting in and out and just everyday use. I have had Husky liners before and I like the Quadratec's mats better.

AMangum 10-21-2012 09:38 AM

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Originally Posted by lolpetewtf
Don't get Husky Liners. My drivers side does not fit well; my brother's Quadratech set is awesome.

My Husky liners fit perfectly. I also like that they are firm enough of a plastic that when they get full of crud they are easy to remove to empty without collapsing and dumping the crud onto the carpet. I have the cargo liner too and it works and fits great.

Deacon 10-21-2012 09:39 AM

I am awaiting my 2013 Rock Lobster JKU next month and have been ordering extras. The Quadratechs are on my list.
I remember reading somewhere that there was a coupon code for free shipping...
Does anyone have this?

wassup8687 10-21-2012 09:44 AM

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Originally Posted by Deacon (Post 2910916)
I am awaiting my 2013 Rock Lobster JKU next month and have been ordering extras. The Quadratechs are on my list.
I remember reading somewhere that there was a coupon code for free shipping...
Does anyone have this?

Lookup Quadratec on here and PM them for free shipping. You can also call and tell them you are on the forum and you'll get free shipping. They also ship very quickly.

rfortune 10-21-2012 09:47 AM

I have the Quadratec's. They fit great.

For those with a two door Jeep, you have to do a little cutting on the cargo area cover around the footings for the rear seat, but a quick and painless job. The tiny little mats that go in the rear footwells don't stay in place real well, seems the kids are always kicking them out of place, but they catch the dirt and stuff so they do what I expect of them.

The cargo area cover is a little thinner than the footwell pieces and seems to be made of a completely different rubber compound, but not a big deal in the grand scheme of things.

No complaints, and I'd buy them again in a minute.

kramer2k 10-21-2012 10:07 AM

I have the Qtec's on order. In fact they should be waiting on me at home. All the positive reviews swayed me and the price was right. All it took was one trip to the beach and I had sand all over the place. Got home and ordered the liners.

Orange Peel 10-21-2012 10:34 AM

Of the 3, Weathertech costs the most, but I'm on my 3rd set on 3rd different vehicle. The fit is flawless. Never have to worry about spillover onto your capet. Sometimes you have to pay a little more for better product. For my money, it'll always be Weathertechs.

DarthJeep 10-21-2012 10:41 AM

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As far as the mopar mats, my Arctic came with them. They're a mat, not a liner, so there's no edge to keep water from draining under them when you track in a bunch of slush.[/QUOTE]

These are the slush mats I have. Not sure about the ones that came with you artic but these do have a lip. Its enough to hold the water from the leaky top too. I also like that's there's no shinny plastic logo on mine.


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COStrider 10-21-2012 10:46 AM

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Originally Posted by lulu2533
Weathertechs!! Fit great. Bit expensive, but well worth it IMO.

X2

Only quadratec mat I have is that full length cargo mat (yea- the one when you fold the rear seats down it goes from tailgate to the back of the front seat)!

SilverSport 10-21-2012 11:10 AM

Another vote for Quadratec.

BeyondYourFrontDoor 10-21-2012 12:04 PM

I have the Jeep ones because they were cheap... OK... not a very big lip. I've had Weathertech in my other vehicles... perfect fit, lots of depth... pricy. From what I have seen of the Q-tech, they look similar to the Weathertech design wise. I can't imagine the material is that much different...

1Topp 10-21-2012 12:22 PM

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s.champ 10-21-2012 01:09 PM

just purchased the Quadratech's complete set and love them in my 2012JKU:dance:

jadmt 10-21-2012 01:34 PM

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Originally Posted by Orange Peel (Post 2911042)
Of the 3, Weathertech costs the most, but I'm on my 3rd set on 3rd different vehicle. The fit is flawless. Never have to worry about spillover onto your capet. Sometimes you have to pay a little more for better product. For my money, it'll always be Weathertechs.

ditto, I have had wt in my last 4 vehicles and even tho they are more money they are worth it and come sale time you more then make your money back as your carpets still look brand new.

OatmountainAl 10-21-2012 02:12 PM

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Originally Posted by SilverSport (Post 2911126)
Another vote for Quadratec.

I bought the whole package from Quadratec, front, rear, and cargo. It's their newest design which I think looks great and must be an improvement over earlier models. Wide lip keeps everything on the mat. Just remove the carpet mat and put em down. Fit like a glove. Don't mind the logo, and the hold down slot is a necessary safety feature.:wavey:

cavejeep 10-21-2012 06:51 PM

I'm pulling my quadratecs and replacing with husky liners. Quadratec liners are hard to clean, and every time I pull them out to clean, there is dirt, dust and crap under them.


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