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Cargo Liner?

I have seen numerous posts on weathertech cargo liner and in my recent Amazon searches, new ones have showed up for a little cheaper and I am wondering if anyone has them? One is Husky Liner and the other is Rugged Ridge?


Weathertech gets great reviews, but I am wondering if these other ones do any justice for their price point. Purpose for the liner is for my dog (hair), protecting the factory carpet because it is already scratched up a little. We also have a kid on the way in about a month and would like a hassle free option for a stroller even if its got some dirt or mud on it.

Weathertech
http://www.amazon.com/WeatherTech-40...grand+cherokee

Here are the other brands I saw other than the Weather Tech:

Husky Liner
http://www.amazon.com/Husky-Liners-C...okee+cargo+mat

Rugged Ridge
http://www.amazon.com/Rugged-Ridge-A...grand+cherokee

Also, if you guys have any other suggestions that would be great. Thanks!

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Re: Cargo Liner?

I also saw this one on JustForJeeps.com

Reversible Cargo Area Mat #82212233
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Re: Cargo Liner?

This is what I have:

https://www.canvasback.com/
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This is what I have:

https://www.canvasback.com/
That looks nice - thanks for showing me that. How is your experience with it so far? Is it a perfect fit? Also, did you opt for the side pieces?
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That looks nice - thanks for showing me that. How is your experience with it so far? Is it a perfect fit? Also, did you opt for the side pieces?
Ditto on the canvas back. We bought the sides as well as the bumper protector. It is an awesome product, especially for the price. Be sure you ask for the cargo loop holes if you need them.
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That looks nice - thanks for showing me that. How is your experience with it so far? Is it a perfect fit? Also, did you opt for the side pieces?
Very good fit and very easy to clean up after wet and dirty dogs, wet canoe gear, and dirty camping gear. A good investment to keep the inside clean.

Got the sides covered as well as worked with Pete Serakos to get the optional apron (protects the rear bumper) to fit between the d-rings.

Velcro holds everything in place and may fuzz the carpet if removed too often but I haven't had to remove it since I put it there.

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Re: Cargo Liner?

I'm using Weathertech and for my needs it fits the bill but I don't have a dog or need to store a stroller. I'd think any mat would fit the bill for the stroller need, but if I had a pooch I'd be giving serious consideration to the Canvasback. That looks like an ideal setup for dog owners. A little more expensive perhaps but the reviews seem great.

I don't have firsthand experience with the Mopar cargo mat in my WK2 but used one previously with my KJ and was very pleased.

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I have rugged ridge. I like it because nothing slides when in the backImageUploadedByJeepGarage1450117485.601261.jpg


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That is something I don't like about the CanvasBack I have. It is very slippery for our dogs.
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Re: Cargo Liner?

I have the Husky Liner all around in my 2012. Love them and they seem to hold up without issue. The trunk liner is slippery, and I hate having crap back there if I dont have it held down.

Edit: Also it manages to interfere with opening the in-floor compartment all the way, which is a mild pain since I store a lot of crap in there.
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Re: Cargo Liner?

I have the CanvasBack (awesome) in addition to the Jeep cargo mat. I like that with the Jeep mat, nothing slides around and it still does a decent job of containing liquids since it has so many grooves. I had WeatherTechs in my prior vehicles and while they worked to contain spills with their high lips, they were also too slick and cargo could move around. Then again, they're MUCH easier to clean than the Jeep mat.
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My Mopar one fits perfect and has very nice grip to it. NOTHING moves once placed on it.

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/2011-2015-Ne...ZSo9uN&vxp=mtr
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