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Old 06-05-2013, 11:56 AM
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My floormats are floating!

It has rained, no poured, here for 5 days. My Jeep has been parked at home with the Bestop trail cover on. I took a peek inside today- Qtec floormats were floating in water, rear cargo deck and cubby flooded, jack and tools in rusty water! Seats, console and dash are dry. I pulled the drain plugs, jack is dosed with PB blaster. Thankfully Jeep has no carpet-I thought the trail cover was watertight? I'm thinking seam leakage.....

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Nothing like having a jeep that smells like musty womens parts. Mine got it last night too.

Throw a thing of Damp Rid in there for a few days and send the trail cover back to where you bought it from.

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Crap thats not a good report about the trail cover. I was looking to get one soon.

So the cover was on as tight as could be and it still somehow got flooded?
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Crap thats not a good report about the trail cover. I was looking to get one soon.

Me too. I've read good reviews on it.
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Wow, how old is the cover? I'd be on the phone trying to get a replacement. I have the same cover and has kept the interior bone dry.
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Nothing like having a jeep that smells like musty womens parts. Mine got it last night too.

Throw a thing of Damp Rid in there for a few days and send the trail cover back to where you bought it from.
Musty Womens Parts?
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Old 06-05-2013, 03:09 PM
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Trail cover is in good shape and was properly tight- but it came with the 2008 Jeep when I bought it....and the inside of the seams are wet.

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