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I presently have the mopar slush mats. But want to have something usable. Weathertechs are costly but fit amazing. Can anyone offer a suggestion on quadratecs mats or weathertechs for a jeep jku?
 

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Quadratec's fit amazingly well too. I like them much better than my Husky Liners.
 

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Just received my Weathertech mats. Had them for about 1 day, I think they are great, did my research, and I figure if your going to keep the Jeep for any length of time get the Weathertech.
 

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Go with Quadratec. They fit awesome and have a lifetime warranty. You can also get free shipping on them by PM'ing them on here.
 

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I presently have the mopar slush mats. But want to have something usable. Weathertechs are costly but fit amazing. Can anyone offer a suggestion on quadratecs mats or weathertechs for a jeep jku?
I've got the mopar, they work fine for me. We have jeeps, not beamers, so what if water leaks over the side:thumb:
 

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Just received my Weathertech mats. Had them for about 1 day, I think they are great, did my research, and I figure if your going to keep the Jeep for any length of time get the Weathertech.
+1 on this. I'm considering the quadratec for the rear cargo mat, but passenger I went with weathertech
 

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quadratech, no questions, they look the best and work great.
 

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Husky matches the factory treadplate pattern throughout the vehicle..

 

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Quadratec. They fit great and look great. My frend has weathertecs and I find them to be thinner and somewhat slippery when wet.
 

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These threads are funny.

They invariably turn in to a voting thread of what people have. You'll just have to do some research and pull the trigger eventually. The plethora of established threads have more "meat" to them such as pictures and reviews. Actually putting your hand on a set of each would be the biggest advantage.
 

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After my research I felt that same way and this forum seems equally supportive of QT and WT with some huskys thrown into the mix here and there. I'm going with QT simply on aesthetics at this point. They look more aggressive to me.
 

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I just ordered some Huskey's because they extend under the gas pedal. I had returned Rugged Ridge ones because they (and Quadratec and weathertech) have a cutout around the pedal. For those of us in the north, that's where snow and slush drip off your foot so that's where covearge is needed most. The Huskey's go all the way under the pedal.
 

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These threads are funny.

They invariably turn in to a voting thread of what people have. You'll just have to do some research and pull the trigger eventually. The plethora of established threads have more "meat" to them such as pictures and reviews. Actually putting your hand on a set of each would be the biggest advantage.
LOL How true. I did the research and having owned WeatherTech in the past I went with Quadratec.
 
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