Hey ya'll! Could ya'll help me out and give me your opinions on what I am wanting to do with my TJ? I am wanting to make my TJ more outdoor friendly. What I mean by that is, I want to protect and toughen up as much of the interior as I can, for whenever the top comes off and when the doors come off. Because I plan on taking them off a lot!
So, the first thing that came to mind would be to bed line the rear interior of the Jeep. Because if I need to throw anything back there, or if i'm hunting or something and I have to carry a bunch of my buddies around, the back won't get scratched up and if I get the back muddy, it will be easy to clean off and it won't be slippery to walk around in. I think i'd be willing to pay for Rhino Liner, even though it is the most expensive bedliner to use, it is very high quality. There are 3 Rhino Liner shops here in Austin, so getting it installed would be easy. Just...expensive. Opinions on that plan?
#2. I want to roll some bedliner on the lower door frame/tailgate frame so those parts of the Jeep don't get scratched up and so those parts will be more grippy and not slippery. (Like getting entry guards, but just rolling on bedliner instead). Does that sound like a good idea to ya'll?
#3. I would need to get seat covers to ensure that no mud, dirt, or other debris gets rubbed into the cloth seats. I don't need super nice seat covers, just ones that are waterproof and cleanable so I they can still look while I am just driving around in the city. Only thing is, I can only find expensive ones that are really just too nice to use as a "mud" seat cover. I've looked all over trying to find some, but the only cheap ones I can find are SmittyBilt's disposable seat covers...and I don't want those. Do ya'll have any suggestions for me on which seat covers to get?
#4. Any other suggestions to protect my interior once the doors and top come off?
Thank ya'll for the help!