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Drove sedans my whole life. Finally had a chance to get something I have wanted since I was a kid. Got a 2013 Wrangler Sahara 4 door Unlimited. Need some recommendations;

1) Need to find actual rubber or all weather mats for cargo that fit, as well as all floors. I am not big on the Mopar design. Want something that will actually fit well...designed for the 2013. Any ideas?

2) How hard is it to install Fuel cover? Do they make 2013 locking ones for the 4 door Sahara Unlimited? In black?

3) Is it recommended to have something for the grill? 85% city driving 15% country offroad ratio.

I will have more questions later! Excited, never had a vehicle that I liked so much already. Thanks to any and all for your help!
 

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Cloaker said:
Drove sedans my whole life. Finally had a chance to get something I have wanted since I was a kid. Got a 2013 Wrangler Sahara 4 door Unlimited. Need some recommendations;

1) Need to find actual rubber or all weather mats for cargo that fit, as well as all floors. I am not big on the Mopar design. Want something that will actually fit well...designed for the 2013. Any ideas?

2) How hard is it to install Fuel cover? Do they make 2013 locking ones for the 4 door Sahara Unlimited? In black?

3) Is it recommended to have something for the grill? 85% city driving 15% country offroad ratio.

I will have more questions later! Excited, never had a vehicle that I liked so much already. Thanks to any and all for your help!
1) I got the Quadratec floor liners for mine. They fit well and have good coverage. I got the front and rear seat ones in the Tread Lightly version since I'm a member and the extra $5 in the price goes to them. I did not order the cargo one for now because the carpet in the cargo area is reversible and has a rubber mat on the backside, which is sufficient for my needs.

2) it took me about 10 minutes from unboxing to putting tools away. I think they make a locking cap, but not locking door, or at least through Mopar. There may be aftermarket ones.

3) I did the gutter guard mesh grille mod in mine, mostly for ascetics, but it des offer some protection.
 

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1. I'm ordering the MOPAR's. I have not heard anything about them not fitting....but they are also not the "deepest" mats out there. I looked at the QTech ones...but found a great price on the MOPAR's. I actually like the way the look.

2. I've already ordered the MOPAR version in chrome (got a new one for a steal on e-bay). There are tons of instructions online. It should not be an issue.

3. I'll be mostly in the burbs myself. I'm leaning towards the Rugged Ridge ones, but that may change to the homemade version depending on my budget.
 

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I have the weathertech liners, they fit great. Can't comment on the cargo area liner, didn't buy it.
I have the black mopar fuel door, no lock, but easy to install. I think there is an install video on youtube.
I have the drake billet inserts in my grill. Seem to be fine, not the greatest fitting, but can't notice unless you are really look close at them.
 

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I bought the Husky Liners for my 13, I like them because the "diamond plate" pattern matches the pattern on the flip side of the OEM cargo area cover and side panels.
 

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You can get a locking gas cap from the dealer that they will key to your ignition key so you can avoid an extra key to keep up with. Runs around $80. I'm happy with it, next was to put the black door on. Easy install and will help keep out snow, dirt, etc.

Joe
 
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