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Old 09-13-2019, 07:44 PM
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Getting ready to revamp the interior a little and looking for the "Do it right the last time" Carpet Kit. I don't get much water out here so I'm set on Carpet, (A) for the sound deadening, (B) for the heat insulation for my bare piggies when I feel like going barefoot. and (C) 'Cause I like it.


I did install the Cheapest thing I could get my hands on a few years ago, and it's held up well, But the fit is poor and I only got the floor and not the kickpanels etc. so they are mismatched in color.


Down to three choices, BedRug, Lund, and I found a company called Stockinteriors that looks promising.


Are there any absolute horror stories or ecstatic success notes anyone would care to share?

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I have carpets for the same reason as Got it at last except I don't drive barefoot.
I bought a mid grade carpet kit from a major online Jeep parts supplier. It fit like a sock on a rooster. Only, I bought the entire kit. I was able to cobble and glue it down so it fits somewhat OK, but I wish I had spent the money for a Bedrug kit.

I dunno about Lund or Stockinteriors, but Bedrug seems to have good reports here.

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Getting ready to revamp the interior a little and looking for the "Do it right the last time" Carpet Kit. I don't get much water out here so I'm set on Carpet, (A) for the sound deadening, (B) for the heat insulation for my bare piggies when I feel like going barefoot. and (C) 'Cause I like it.


I did install the Cheapest thing I could get my hands on a few years ago, and it's held up well, But the fit is poor and I only got the floor and not the kickpanels etc. so they are mismatched in color.


Down to three choices, BedRug, Lund, and I found a company called Stockinteriors that looks promising.


Are there any absolute horror stories or ecstatic success notes anyone would care to share?
I would think living in the Phoenix area you could find a good upholstery shop that could custom make exactly what you want. I used to have work done in Mexico that was better than most USA based shops.
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These guys are on my list when the time comes.
The picture is a sample they sent to match the carpet on the back of my Rio Grande seats. Why the pic is sideways I don't know.

https://www.stockinteriors.com/Model...gaApVgEALw_wcB


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I would think living in the Phoenix area you could find a good upholstery shop that could custom make exactly what you want. I used to have work done in Mexico that was better than most USA based shops.

I can't stand to let anybody do anything to my stuff that I can't do myself, and most of the shops around here don't do custom without a price, or they would buy the same or similar kit and do the install. Plus my time off is at a premium as I work 6 days with extra overnight shifts in between, just don't have time to take my rig anywhere and wait. Drives me nuts.
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The picture is a sample they sent to match the carpet on the back of my Rio Grande seats. Why the pic is sideways I don't know.

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Yeah, I like what I saw from Them, They do their kits so you get to decide what sections you want to do. I like the molded aspect to their kits rather than separate pieces you have to put together with seams and such. I just want the front done and leave the back uncarpeted since I don't run a top and a hose is easier than a vacuum. LOL.
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I didn't mention above, the kit I bought had molded rear wheel covers. One side fit fairly well and the other side was improperly molded and I had to leave it in the sun on my blacktop driveway until it softened to the point that I could reshape it to get it to come even close to fitting.
The only thing that fit well was the flat piece for the cargo area floor.
The kit had no holes cut for seatbelts, seat supports or the roll bar. I can't complain about that because I knew in advance from the ad.

I went to the Stock Interiors website. I like that the ad has a lot of details and explanations. With the details and explanations, the customer can decide what will work best for him and there are fewer surprises.
I always read the product reviews. I know they can post only the good ones or make up reviews, so I look for sites like Consumers Reports, BBB or other product review websites. I Googled "Stock Interiors". Several review sites popped up.
I suggest anyone thinking about buying from Stock Interiors read the reviews from other review websites.
I'll keep what I have.

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I didn't mention above, the kit I bought had molded rear wheel covers. One side fit fairly well and the other side was improperly molded and I had to leave it in the sun on my blacktop driveway until it softened to the point that I could reshape it to get it to come even close to fitting.
The only thing that fit well was the flat piece for the cargo area floor.
The kit had no holes cut for seatbelts, seat supports or the roll bar. I can't complain about that because I knew in advance from the ad.

I went to the Stock Interiors website. I like that the ad has a lot of details and explanations. With the details and explanations, the customer can decide what will work best for him and there are fewer surprises.
I always read the product reviews. I know they can post only the good ones or make up reviews, so I look for sites like Consumers Reports, BBB or other product review websites. I Googled "Stock Interiors". Several review sites popped up.
I suggest anyone thinking about buying from Stock Interiors read the reviews from other review websites.
I'll keep what I have.

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So what you found by digging deeper was that stock interiors may not be as good as it looks at first glance?

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So what you found by digging deeper was that stock interiors may not be as good as it looks at first glance?
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We all have to make our own decisions on what's best for ourselves and the available information that we have at the time.
Since the reviews on the Stock Interior's website were so good, I considered replacing my carpet that only fit so-so with something that fit better.

When I plan on making a purchase I try to find out as much as I can about the product and the seller.
When I Googled "Stock Interiors" (one of the companies that OP was considering) I found reviews the I felt were concerning. I suggested other posters do the same so that they can make their own decisions.
I stated what my decision was.

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I didn't Google Lund.
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Getting ready to revamp the interior a little and looking for the "Do it right the last time" Carpet Kit. I don't get much water out here so I'm set on Carpet, (A) for the sound deadening, (B) for the heat insulation for my bare piggies when I feel like going barefoot. and (C) 'Cause I like it.


I did install the Cheapest thing I could get my hands on a few years ago, and it's held up well, But the fit is poor and I only got the floor and not the kickpanels etc. so they are mismatched in color.


Down to three choices, BedRug, Lund, and I found a company called Stockinteriors that looks promising.


Are there any absolute horror stories or ecstatic success notes anyone would care to share?
I have used a variety of different manufacturers over the years, and never been impressed with any except what I am running in my current YJ, and that is Bedrug.

I also had their product in my last (Keeper) YJ, and it will be in the frame off CJ I am currently doing. Their customer service absolutely sucks if you need a replacement panel (I keep hoping for a miracle but their promises to follow up never seem to materialize), but the product is certainly quality.

Pick your poison I guess. I will make sure my YJ is available for you to take a look when you are out next week.
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I took a look at the reviews across other review sites, seems like their customer service leaves a lot to be desired in an age where Amazon returns any and everything, and the refund is back in your back the minute ups scans it in. The majority of the complaints were about restocking fees and shipping when the vendor may or may not have screwed it up themselves, But they have been in business for 15 years, and the really poor reviews were not that many in comparison to the good.

Not defending, just saying....Still waiting on someone who has bought a YJ kit, installed it, and loves it...., there's always still Bedrug, I've narrowed out Lund due to the lack of reviews and consistent opinion on quality.

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Re my above comment... since you mentioned quiet, carpet in the back helps that too..
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I have the Bedrug kit's for front and back. The problem is I haven't installed them as of yet. Have a few things ahead of it to do before I put them in.



The only thing I can say about them is about how different they are from carpet. Each piece is die cut from a 'foam slash carpet' material. Every part has long velcro strips sewn to the back side of the foam. In my situation, I painted the inside of my tub except the floor pans and rear floor which already had older existing liner on them. I am redoing those surfaces with new Buckshot liner. I am going to make sure I keep the texture to a minimum so the velcro adheres properly. If the velcro doesn't, I will tape off the area's where the velcro has to be and use some clear coat. Anybody trying to put a carpet kit in after floor liner is going to have a similar issue regardless. Also, those pieces are retained by the seat bases and console etc. No chance they could ever fly out.



I'll update this thread in a few weeks when I do my install and add any further thoughts.
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Re my above comment... since you mentioned quiet, carpet in the back helps that too..
I have a piece of that 3/4" rubber floor mat for people to stand on That I got from work, cut to fit just the bed so I can toss whatever on top, doesn't fly out, easy to clean, so that's why I'm not planning on doing the back....But after I drop in a new sound system I may rethink that if I want to hear it, LOL
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I have never used Stock Interiors myself but it got good reviews from guys in the 73-79 Ford truck forums. Definitely who I would use.
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Went with the BedRug front only and no complaints.
The front runs back to the rise of the floorboard behind the seats which worked for me as that's where my half top comes down.
The instructions were good enough for my limited skill sets.
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I put a Stock Interiors carpet kit in my Jeep last spring. When I first un boxed it I wasnít to impressed but not disappointed either.

But after installing it, which was pretty straight forward but tedious and fiddly, Iím pretty happy with it. The molded pieces fit pretty good for me so no complaints there. I paid a little over $250 for it and for that price Iím fine.
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But after installing it, which was pretty straight forward but tedious and fiddly, Iím pretty happy with it. The molded pieces fit pretty good for me so no complaints there. I paid a little over $250 for it and for that price Iím fine.
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Oh.. Wrangler Forum... Yeah nice Jeep and carpet.. Whatever... Lol.
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Soooo jealous! My last vintage MX I sold about six years ago. A 77 RM125. I had it for 25 years. Had a 76 RM125 before that.
Still the good ones they were.
Now I'm all modern with 2- DR650's and 2- Harleys.
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And here I'm probably gonna sell mine.... 79 gs1000

I REALLY like it but can't ride it due to a neck injury...

Er I mean.... Hijack hijack hijack hijack hijack hijack.....
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All this motorcycle talk is extremely relevant to the thread.
You can tell by the collection of AWESOME!!! vintage motorcycles ( and a YJ ) that @vmxwinn has good taste and quality is important. So with that said I believe his evaluation of the stock interiors carpet kit is of high value. Clearly he would know if a product is of poor fit and finish :-)


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Agreed. LOL It’s all relative to the good fitment of upholstery and carpet. Anyways, the Stock Interiors kit I got did not have the mass backing which I’m sure would be much nicer, but is pretty good for what it is.

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We don't do vintage (Bikes), but we do have saddlebags to make Parts runs when the Jeeps are on jackstands, LOL
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Thanks! I was big into AHRMA for many years racing what is known as the post vintage MX class or the very last of the twin shock, drum braked bikes. I still have almost 25 restored MX bikes from Maicoís, Huskyís(my favorite), Bultacos, CZís, Suzukiís, KX, Elsinoreís and KTMís. Sold a few off kinda thinning the fleet.

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One hijack and I will be done! Two of my favorites right there D! Went through a succession of two stroke stuff (GTís, RDís, H1-2ís), until I started building big bore early Z1 short wheelbase stuff. Still liked to get out and wheelie an RD occasionally though! Is that RZ a Canadian F2? Something different about it...
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Back to the carpet debate, I went with the Bedrug front floor kit, Anything that can be taken out and hosed off is a win, Downside is there are no kickpanels available, But I did get some samples from stock interiors just to see their product. Not seeing it being as sturdy as the Bedrug composition, But they do have a kickpanel kit.

So the question is... My stock kickpanels are grey or whatever color it was 30 yrs ago, Has anybody ever tried to re-dye them, as they are intact and some new velcro would go a long way to holding them back in place a little neater.

OR

Order a set of Stock Interior kickers and call it a day? Though I think the thicker factory rug will dampen the sound a little better.

I threw a pic of the sample colors in for some input, I could go Black, a color very close to the Floor kit, Or a little lighter for contrast.

Thoughts and opinions welcome
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