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Old 12-20-2016, 11:46 AM   #31
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Have the Mopar slushes in front with my Willys but disconnected hooks from factory carpet and put through my BedTred. Nothing in back but BedTred strip that comes with 2 Dr package.

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Old 12-20-2016, 04:04 PM   #32
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I have had both Mopar and now Quadratec in multiple jeeps. I prefer the thicker material and higher sides of the qtec mats. Mopars are ok but dont catch as much trash.

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Old 12-20-2016, 05:35 PM   #33
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I have MOPAR for the front because they came with the Willy's. I decided to get the Husky for the rear just to cover the small part behind my seats
Got the same setup with the slightly more $ Husky for the rear because I was unsure about the RR or QT liners where some reviewers complained that some mats were a bit short in coverage. The Husky fit tightly in the odd shaped 2dr rear floor area perfectly (no movement). The $65 RR all-terrain cargo liner fits perfectly uncut in the back especially with the rear seat removed.
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Thanks for all the input. one last question.

How is the rear seat floor coverage on RR or QT or weathertech which one has the best? i see some like husky for the rear they look best coverage but look a little less long lasting...we will be using the rear seats for kids and want to make sure there is good coverage in the back. the 4 door models have one piece mats that go over the center hump 2 door not so much.
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I used to always use Husky. Never like Weathertech, as I like a more rubbery Matt vs stiff hard ones. I have the Rugged Ridge ones and lovem. They seem like a direct copy of Quadratecs or vice versa. All 3 are good!


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Old 01-04-2017, 09:32 AM   #36
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I really like the ones Quadratec makes. Thicker material and come up a bit more on the side.
I'm on my second set of Qtec mats. Both sets have problems with exact fit on the driver's side. The passenger side (front) fits perfectly....as one would expect from something that was laser scanned for fit. However; the driver's side has a 1" gap between the mat and the door sill. That gap seems to collect more debris than the mat itself.

My first set had it. I might not have thought much about it had the passenger side not fit so well (No gaps). I thought that, perhaps, it was a packaging problem and that the rubber would relax and fit better after some time in the Jeep. It didn't happen.

So I called Qtec and they sent a replacement set. Same problem...same place. It's got to be a molding issue.

Next up....Weather Tec.

One other thing. I took out my rear seat (2-dr) and fit the Qtec rear cargo liner. It seems to fit well, but it slides forward on the carpet every time I brake or go downhill off road. This thing really needs some kind of pointed carpet-grabbers all over the bottom to hold it in place.
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Old 01-04-2017, 10:08 AM   #37
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I got the Mopar fronts for Xmas.
Not too shabby. I just need them for sand/dirt.
They fit well and look great, IMO.

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Thanks for all the input. one last question.

How is the rear seat floor coverage on RR or QT or weathertech which one has the best? i see some like husky for the rear they look best coverage but look a little less long lasting...we will be using the rear seats for kids and want to make sure there is good coverage in the back. the 4 door models have one piece mats that go over the center hump 2 door not so much.
The Husky's will last a long time and they cover everything they can get there feet on. They will never move. I also have the rear seat out for my puppy and have a Canvasback under my rear cargo mat. Now that strip of carpet under my cargo mat is covered by the Canvasback. Don't have to worry about my dog throwing up or the large amounts of fur.
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Wife had the Rugged Ridge mats in hers for about a week before replacing with the Mopar mats. She likes the style of the Mopar/Jeep set better.
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I splurged and got Weathertech for my new Willys. They cover the entire carpeted area and with sides. Love them. Took the MOPAR slush mats that came with my Jeep (2 door) and put them directly behind the front seats for any back seat passengers. Yes, there's a slope there, but I had someone sitting back there with snowy boots and they did the job.
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@DallasW illys- love the tennis balls in the cup holders!

I can post pics of the RR rear liners in my JKU if it would be helpful. They do look a bit small back there but they have proven to be more than enough coverage, containing all manner of mud, detritus and pine needles (so many pine needles...worse than dog hair). No overspill onto the carpet. So far they're working out fine.
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@DallasW illys- love the tennis balls in the cup holders!

I can post pics of the RR rear liners in my JKU if it would be helpful. They do look a bit small back there but they have proven to be more than enough coverage, containing all manner of mud, detritus and pine needles (so many pine needles...worse than dog hair). No overspill onto the carpet. So far they're working out fine.
He plays with them when I leave him in the Jeep. Better than eating his frisbees or any part of the Jeep I guess.
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I got Rugged Ridge front floor mats but returned them before using them. Had been searching for Mopar slush mats but couldn't find any in black, so I ordered the Rugged Ridge. After getting them, discovered RR are made from a more plastic material instead of rubbery type; when I went to put the mats in, Temps were 12 deg. F outside. Istarted with passenger side install; couldn't get the 2 anchor points to line up; mat wouldn't contour to the floor shape, mat was so stiff I was afraid it would crack if I tried to shape it to fit, and I thought it would crack from foot weight from someone entering the jeep. I returned the set to vendor.
After this I kept looking for Mopar and finally found them on Amazon through BAM Wholesale Parts, part #82213861, for $65.00 including shipping.
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Old 01-04-2017, 02:50 PM   #45
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I like the Mopar ones, no issues.
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Slightly related - For you dog owners (And others who want to keep the cargo area of their JK clean), definitely consider the Rugged Ridge C3 Cargo Liner as well:



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The Rugged Ridge C3 Rear Cargo Covers offers complete protection for the rear cargo area of your Jeep. Featuring water resistant material, the split fold feature allows for 40-60 rear seat lowering, and provides coverage with your rear seat up, partially or fully lowered. A flip out cover flap keeps dirt from falling into the rear tailgate door gap. The built-in front curtain wall helps to keep items and pets from entering the front seat area, and a unique side retention system insures the cover stays securely in place as you load or un-load. Easy to install and remove so you get protection when and where you need it.

I love taking my pup on road trips, whether near or far. I just disliked spending an hour or two vacuuming after each trip. This really helped & saved me countless hours of vacuuming and cleanup due to my fluff factory, err I mean Siberian Husky. I also enjoyed less worry when I had random gear or home / garden purchases in the cargo area.

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I have the quadratec in my JK. My Silverado had weathertech in them. I prefer the quadratec over weathertech. Can't go wrong either way.

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