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Old 06-16-2013, 09:25 AM
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Thanks will, nc....up in the air on weather tech or husky and I hear the jeep one are nice also...I think the husky..'s are the thickest...
Not sure about "thickest" but they do offer the most coverage IMO. I think the jeep ones are thickest but they don't offer the side and dead pedal area coverage the Husky's do.
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Re: Weather Tech or Husky Liner

I went with the Husky liners simply because I could get both front and the rear seat liner for the same price as only the front WeatherTech ones. (yes I'm cheap!).

I also like the fact that the Husky liner on the driver's side goes all the way up the dead pedal to protect the carpet there.
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Re: Weather Tech or Husky Liner

Questions for owners of the Husky, WT and Jeep mat owners.

Are they slick when wet? Especially from rain?

I had WT in my Tacoma and I noticed they felt slick when wet.
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Questions for owners of the Husky, WT and Jeep mat owners. Are they slick when wet? Especially from rain? I had WT in my Tacoma and I noticed they felt slick when wet.
I drove a lot in rain over the past weeks and I didn't notice any problem with the husky, but I wasn't really paying atention to it...
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Re: Weather Tech or Husky Liner

I've had Husky and WT, The WTs seemed more slippery. The Huskys, not so much. Don't know about the Mopar.
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Re: Weather Tech or Husky Liner

Mopar are good traction from soft rubber but not the higher tub lips that WT and Husky provide.

Rugged Ridge are great alternative and though they have larger coverage than Mopar, they still are rubber vs. plastic.

http://www.ruggedridge.com/jeep-floor-liners.html
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Does anyone know if weather tech for a 12 Cherokee fit in a 14?
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Does anyone know if weather tech for a 12 Cherokee fit in a 14?
I could be wrong, but I believe the clips are different.
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I could be wrong, but I believe the clips are different.
Yea they changed with the 2013 MY. When I bought mine right after I got my jeep they did not fit. Those were the Mopar ones though. The Husky mats have 3 raised notches that will fit either set-up.
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I've had Husky and WT, The WTs seemed more slippery. The Huskys, not so much. Don't know about the Mopar.
Thanks guys. Then Huskys it is. Saving a little bit was nice too.

I also like how people said the Husky provided better/bigger coverage on the rear.

I did order a Jeep cargo mat instead. I like the idea of the rubber because I know stuff wont slide around as easily, as the other brand/material.
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Thanks guys. Then Huskys it is. Saving a little bit was nice too.

I also like how people said the Husky provided better/bigger coverage on the rear.

I did order a Jeep cargo mat instead. I like the idea of the rubber because I know stuff wont slide around as easily, as the other brand/material.
How would you compare the mopar cargo liner to the husky mats in terms of slipperiness and such?

I had Weathertechs on my 2012 and looking at something a little less slippery in the back. The cargo liner I have now stuff slips all over it.
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Nothing has ever slipped on my Mopar cargo mat. It is perfect for the job.
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