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Old 06-04-2017, 08:51 PM
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Floor Mats

Looking to get floor mats. Any recommendations? Weather tech? Husky?

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Old 06-04-2017, 09:30 PM   #2
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Weathertech has done me right in my truck... Will be getting a pair for the jeep soon

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Old 06-04-2017, 11:11 PM   #3
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Looking to get floor mats. Any recommendations? Weather tech? Husky?
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Old 06-04-2017, 11:46 PM   #4
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Husky has been working well on my daily driver for the last two years.
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I have purchased weathertech for most of my vehicles and they are excellent. I just dropped a bit of coin on my Wrangler with suspension, wheels, tires, and front end bits so I was shopping for a bargain. I went with Barricade mats that I purchased from ExtremeTerrain and they are fine. They are over a year old now and look new - except for the Barricade badges which fell off pretty quickly.
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Morris 4x4 has some factory ones that I like. Personally not a fan of ones like the weathertech but everyone enjoys something different.
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8 years on my Quadratecs. Probably Chinese made but they have done their job.
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I have the rubber ones that were made by Jeep. I figure if they made them, there's a good chance they'll fit right. And they do. Weathertech is also very good.
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I went with the quadratic ones. they are similar to weather tech, but less costly. They are not the quality of weather tech, but they are working great.
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I love my Quadratec mats. Great price and product! I have had Weathertechs and they have more of a hard plastic feel.

https://www.quadratec.com/products/14254_0201_07.htm
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I've have both the Quadratec in the '99 and WeatherTech in the '06.

If you're looking to save a buck, the Quadratec are perfectly fine with functionality and fitment.

With that said, I actually prefer the overall fitment and the lighter, thinner, and more rigid construction of the WeatherTech. IMO, they are also a little easier to clean.
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Thanks for the recommendations all! The Quadratec liners were originally made in China for a couple years. However, for the last several years we have had them made here in the USA, in California! I have these in my TJ and love them! I am sure I will enjoy them even more once I install the included retaining hook (I have been lazy in doing so):



As you can see, they work well!

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Dang, am I the only vote for Rugged Ridge? I think they're awesome and have them in my Silverado, as well. They fit perfectly!
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Old 06-12-2017, 07:19 PM   #14
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I did the tread lightly quadratec mat's I love them. Made in USA and donated a little cash as well. Fit and look great in the front


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I did the tread lightly quadratec mat's I love them. Made in USA and donated a little cash as well. Fit and look great in the front


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Tread Lightly is such a great organization for us off-roaders! We had the pleasure of working with them in Moab the past few years. Really a great group with both the environment and our off-roading trails in mind.

It looks like the limited run on them is over, though. I am showing we have 14 front pairs of the Tread Lightly TJ liners in stock. They are not on the web anymore, but I can place an order if anyone wants them!

For a discounted quote you can go about it 3 ways:

1) PM me with your first & last name, address, zip and the part numbers you would like to order. I'll reply back with a discounted quote if applicable. This takes 1-2 business days (or less) on average depending on PM volume.

2) E-mail my sales rep Rob at: [email protected] Tell him you're a Forum user and would like a discounted quote. He'll get that going for you. He typically responds within hours if it's Mon-Fri 8am-5pm Eastern.

3) Call my sales line at 1-800-745-2348. Tell them you're a Forum user and would like to place an order with your Forum discount. Their hours are Mon-Thurs 8am-Midnight, Friday 8am-9pm, Saturday 9am-5pm.

Whichever you prefer works for us.

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Thanks for the recommendations all! The Quadratec liners were originally made in China for a couple years. However, for the last several years we have had them made here in the USA, in California! I have these in my TJ and love them! I am sure I will enjoy them even more once I install the included retaining hook (I have been lazy in doing so):



As you can see, they work well!

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Hey Rick,
What is the difference between your mats and Bestop's mat?
Even the tread pattern is the same.
But Bestop is quite a bit higher than the quadratec brand.
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Hey Rick,
What is the difference between your mats and Bestop's mat?
Even the tread pattern is the same.
But Bestop is quite a bit higher than the quadratec brand.
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The designs are very similar. I am not aware of the specific differences, but obviously the main difference is the logo. I'd recommend going off of the overall aesthetics if you are between ours and the Bestop ones. The warranty is the same Limited Lifetime Warranty.

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I have Husky and wouldn't recommend. The backs are fine since they don't get used but the fronts are curling up against the sidewall of the floor, I think the fit is off. This is only after two years and I only drive the Jeep maybe 30 days a year.
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I had the Weathertech and within 1 year I had a hole from my left foot heel. Trash! Husky suits me fine. I velcroed an OEM Jeep mat on it.
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A good quality off-road mat can't be beat.
But I have been thinking that some nice Coco mats might be nice for around town to dress things up a bit and cool the bare feets.
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I had the Weathertech and within 1 year I had a hole from my left foot heel. Trash! Husky suits me fine. I velcroed an OEM Jeep mat on it.
Amen! "Weathertech anything" is bare bones materials at sky high pricing! Youre paying for all their incessant advertising!! Buyer beware

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