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Old 01-24-2014, 09:04 AM
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Re: floor & cargo mats

My weatherbeaters got delivered yesterday and I stuck them in when I got home from work. I like them and the way they fit so far. Putting them in there seemed to be some finagling to get them to fit flush, but they are good to go. They got delivered right before icemageddon down here in Houston, so the timing was perfect.

My mopar cargo mat should be here Monday.
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Re: floor & cargo mats

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My weatherbeaters got delivered yesterday and I stuck them in when I got home from work. I like them and the way they fit so far. Putting them in there seemed to be some finagling to get them to fit flush, but they are good to go. They got delivered right before icemageddon down here in Houston, so the timing was perfect.

My mopar cargo mat should be here Monday.

yeah, it was cold the day they (Husky WeatherBeaters) came to me and were all warped from shipping which made them a little hard to get into the car but once they spent some time in the warm car they smoothed out and fit like a glove now...
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Old 01-24-2014, 10:00 AM
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Thanks for the video. X-acts seems like a good idea... will keep in mind for the future. I am a mat guy because I do not like the slipperiness of the liners. My Mopar mats are on their 3rd winter and I have no heal wear. Currently there is enough salt on the driver's side one to open a salt mine.
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Old 01-24-2014, 03:58 PM
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These are the husky x-acts in my Jeep - sorry, just iPhone photos.
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Re: floor & cargo mats

Well I just ordered set of front and rear weather techs. Hopefully I like them...
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Re: floor & cargo mats

try Jeep4X4. Good price w/free shipping. MOPAR offered same mats at $4.00 less but wanted $$97.00 to ship a $94.00 rear cargo map.
They were black, have jeep logo, and fit our Summit perfectly.
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Old 01-25-2014, 09:51 AM
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Nautiboy, thanks for the pix. Coverage appears better than MOPAR. Since we are having the winter from hell this year and I will probably be getting a MY15 WK2, I think I'll order a set of fronts now.
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I see that some of you dig the Mopar cargo liner, but the non raised edge is a bit concerning, and there was a comment about the easier edge being a nuisance, but does anyone have thoughts on the weathertech liner that supposedly has the lip in front that folds down when you want to drop the seat down?
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Comment on non-raised edge of MOPAR cargo mat- I had 500lbs +/- of bags of soaking wet mulch on it and the relief is so deep that it contained all the leaking water. The other feature which is nice is the fact that the surface is sticky enough to keep things from easily sliding around.
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Thanks so much for your input! I will look into them over the next day or so.
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Really liking the Rugged Ridge liners & cargo mat - started a thread about them yesterday for anybody wanting info on them:

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Re: floor & cargo mats

The Rugged Ridge Cargo Liner looks good, but I think I'm still leaning towards the Weathertech because of reviews that the front lips folds down when you want to drop the back seat. Can anyone confirm/deny that?

Regarding the Mopar liner, is this the one everyone is referencing? - link
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