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Husky Weatherbeater Liners - Tan Color

Finally replaced Mopar rubber slush mats with Husky Weatherbeater liners, I really liked the quality and design of Mopar mats but didn't like their coverage and they didn't look the best in my light frost interior.

Weatherbeater liners are not the best quality liners out there but they have the best coverage and IMO the tan color looks better than black in my interior and they don't look as bad as the black ones when they get a little dirty (no snow or mud here, just sand and dust).

Only one con, the front passenger side mat doesn't fit perfectly at the front right edge.

I haven't found much photos of this combo (tan liners and light frost interior) during my search before I buy them so I'm attaching some photos here, might help anyone who's on the fence.

Btw if anyone in Dubai or Abu Dhabi - UAE wants my Mopar slush mats, I'll let them go for a good price















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Re: Husky Weatherbeater Liners - Tan Color

Excellent set up all around. Your jeep looks incredible and those mats are great. I havent seen the rubber mats in a tan interior setup. I have the same interior so this was a huge help for me to visualize. Thank you!
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Re: Husky Weatherbeater Liners - Tan Color

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Only one con, the front passenger side mat doesn't fit perfectly at the front right edge.
Did you set them in the sun for 30min or so to warm up? That might allow it to settle and flatten out.

Beige carpet ya gotta go with beige liners; looks great.
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Re: Husky Weatherbeater Liners - Tan Color

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Excellent set up all around. Your jeep looks incredible and those mats are great. I havent seen the rubber mats in a tan interior setup. I have the same interior so this was a huge help for me to visualize. Thank you!

Thanks! Happy to help.


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Re: Husky Weatherbeater Liners - Tan Color

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Did you set them in the sun for 30min or so to warm up? That might allow it to settle and flatten out.

Beige carpet ya gotta go with beige liners; looks great.

Thanks for the advice, but the problem is that the mat seems a bit too long/big in this area, not perfect fit like the driver side and rear side.
Or maybe something is different in my Middle East 2014 Overland model!
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mine goes underneath the kicker panel. theres a gap back there
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Re: Husky Weatherbeater Liners - Tan Color

I have the same interior and after a lot of research and looking at other set ups, I decided on the Husky mats but in black. I thought the tan liner might get dirty too fast with my black soled shoes and dirt around here.

The tan does look better but my fear was how they would look in a couple of months.
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Re: Husky Weatherbeater Liners - Tan Color

Something is different on your passenger side...
At least compared to my 2012 US model.

My passenger side fits fine.
I have the light grey color and it looks good in my grey Jeep.

My driver's side moves around a little.
Wish I could think of a way to tie them to the hooks for the OEM mats better.

I added a ribbed piece of rubber to the dead pedal area on the driver's mat. My foot kept slipping off if my shoe was wet from rain or snow (although I don't think you will have a problem with snow!).
I used 3M exterior double sided tape (the grey or black stuff) to stick the ribbed piece onto the Husky liner. Hasn't moved in the MN summer heat yet (some double stick tape won't hold in extreme temps).

I went with the Husky liner because the driver's side liner extends up and covers the entire dead pedal area. The WeatherTech liners only covered half of the dead pedal area. So with MN winters (and salt) I would end up destroying half the carpet and that would have looked like crap.

Hmmm, I wonder if some Velcro hook tape would stick to the OEM carpet?
Tape some on bottom of the mat and then push down to get it to stick to the carpet.
Mine doesn't move much, but just enough to be annoying.
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Re: Husky Weatherbeater Liners - Tan Color

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mine goes underneath the kicker panel. theres a gap back there

I tried as hard as I can to push it between the kick panel and floor carpet but still not a perfect fit and it'll be hard to do that every time I remove the mat for cleaning and put it back in place!

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Re: Husky Weatherbeater Liners - Tan Color

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Something is different on your passenger side...
At least compared to my 2012 US model.

My passenger side fits fine.
I have the light grey color and it looks good in my grey Jeep.

My driver's side moves around a little.
Wish I could think of a way to tie them to the hooks for the OEM mats better.

I added a ribbed piece of rubber to the dead pedal area on the driver's mat. My foot kept slipping off if my shoe was wet from rain or snow (although I don't think you will have a problem with snow!).
I used 3M exterior double sided tape (the grey or black stuff) to stick the ribbed piece onto the Husky liner. Hasn't moved in the MN summer heat yet (some double stick tape won't hold in extreme temps).

I went with the Husky liner because the driver's side liner extends up and covers the entire dead pedal area. The WeatherTech liners only covered half of the dead pedal area. So with MN winters (and salt) I would end up destroying half the carpet and that would have looked like crap.

Hmmm, I wonder if some Velcro hook tape would stick to the OEM carpet?
Tape some on bottom of the mat and then push down to get it to stick to the carpet.
Mine doesn't move much, but just enough to be annoying.

My driver side mat fits perfectly and doesn't move around.

Velcro will definitely help with your problem but it might cause little damage to the floor carpet on the long run due to removal and reinstallation (for cleaning) multiple times, the floor carpet isn't as thick/durable as typical carpet mats!


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Re: Husky Weatherbeater Liners - Tan Color

@Sherif your mats look great. I also have the tan interior and the carpets are getting stained. I need mats. Will put the Huskies on my shopping list.
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