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Re: Weather Tech or Husky Liner

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I was looking at the motor ones and liked them for the fact they said jeep on them and seemed decently rugged.
They are a good mat but I noticed two things this winter that left me thinking I may buy something different.

1) They don't cover to the plastic door sill, the stop about a inch or two away and carpet is exposed.
2) Noticed the accumulated water/salt spilled off the back lip (near the seat) one day while driving on to the carpet.
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They are a good mat but I noticed to things this winter that left me thinking I may buy something different.

1) They don't cover to the plastic door sill but stop and carpet is exposed.
2) Noticed the accumulated water/salt spilled off the back lip (near the seat) one day while driving on to the carpet.
The only real reason to even get them is to prevent your number two. Oh well, back to the drawing boards of what to buy. Damn.
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I got a set of front and rear Quadratech mats for Christmas and am very impressed with overall quality and fitment. They're a mix of rubber and plastic consistency which I like.
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Re: Weather Tech or Husky Liner

I have been using WeatherTech for years in all my SUVs & Cars during the Winter Months and never once been disappointed.

Here are the ones I just order for my new Summit:

2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee | WeatherTech FloorLiner - car floor mats liner, floor tray protects and lines the floor of truck and SUV carpeting from mud, snow, water and dirt | WeatherTech.com

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2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee | WeatherTech Custom Cargo and Trunk Liners Cargo Mat | WeatherTech.com
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I've been using the Mopar ones for the past few months and have been extremely pleased. Captures a good amount of snow and also a whole bottle of Poland spring water (don't ask)!

As a side note; i am sure all of you guys do the foot clap before you get into the rig so only a small amount of snow has touch the mats.
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So i just received my Husky XAct liner today and I must say Im impressed. Coverage is much better than the MOPAR slush mats ( which im currently using) or the WT (due to the lttle hook holes). The material is also not as slippery since its got a more rubbery feel to it. And I must say if the back seat coverage is important to u (i got 3 kids) then this is definitely the way to go since it got the whole back floor covered
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So i just received my Husky XAct liner today and I must say Im impressed. Coverage is much better than the MOPAR slush mats ( which im currently using) or the WT (due to the lttle hook holes). The material is also not as slippery since its got a more rubbery feel to it. And I must say if the back seat coverage is important to u (i got 3 kids) then this is definitely the way to go since it got the whole back floor covered
I have had the XAct liners in all winter and they have been awesome! They have held up really well, never slippery, and have kept all the snow, slush, and salt off the carpets. Definite worth the money!

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Re: Weather Tech or Husky Liner

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I haven't read through this entire thread, but you'll quickly discover that the lip on the WeatherTech mats for the front seat is too low. My carpets are salt/water stained directly under the seats and I put the WeatherTech mats in well before the snow, with less than 40 miles on the Jeep. Nothing came in contact with the carpet before I installed the WeatherTech mats.

The WeatherTech's fit alright, but they're not perfect. The wife has Husky mats in her 4Runner and they fit alright too, but they're not 100% perfect either. Bottom line - Any protection is better than nothing.

I have the Jeep slush mats (front/rear/cargo) that I'll use during the summer months just to switch it up...
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Re: Weather Tech or Husky Liner

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I pulled the triger on the husky mats & cargo liner. I went with the grey, found a coupon for 10% off helped me make up my mind. MY2014 is still 7 or 8 weeks away, but at 10% off free shipping I saved $27.00. By the way the code is dad10, I think its good till the 17th.

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Got any pics of your interior? I was wondering if the gray mats would fit nicely in the blue interior.
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I've been using the Mopar ones for the past few months and have been extremely pleased. Captures a good amount of snow and also a whole bottle of Poland spring water (don't ask)!

As a side note; i am sure all of you guys do the foot clap before you get into the rig so only a small amount of snow has touch the mats.
Dont have time when I am working sheep outdoors. I load up the dogs and move to the next field with my boots filled with snow. mud, ice slush and sheep poop. and pee. Rugged Ridge mats hold it all and after two years of very hard use still look as good as the day I opened the box and put them in my WK2.
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I'm getting some floor mats and had a question. So far I'm leaning toward the x-act fit husky mats.

Does husky make a mat for the rear cargo area?

I know weather tech makes a mat for the cargo area, I might have to get the x-act's for the front and back seat area and the WT for the cargo.

Apologies if this was already covered.

Thanks for any responses or insight.
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Husky makes cargo liners. But i preferred the Jeep cargo liner so i kept it. Its thick and heavy and provides good coverage.
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