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Re: WeatherTech Cargo Liner Pic

I seem to like the added coverage of the Canvasback over the Weathertech product but wouldn't plan on keeping either product in the vehicle on a permanent basis. Is the Canvasback product relatively easy to remove and install as needed?
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Old 12-24-2010, 12:31 PM
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Re: WeatherTech Cargo Liner Pic

I keep the liner in place all the time. I do think that if you are going to take it in and out the Weathertech would be easier.
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Re: WeatherTech Cargo Liner Pic

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Old 12-24-2010, 04:55 PM
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Re: WeatherTech Cargo Liner Pic

The Mocha would go well with my beige interior. I'll email them re: Canadian retailer.
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Re: WeatherTech Cargo Liner Pic

I didn't get daylight pictures but everything seemed to flatten out today and fit nicely. I don't know if I would say the cargo mat is flimsy. It looks to be molded and cut to fit which means it is flexible but should always go back to shape. It seems to do that.

I think it depends on what you're looking for. I might have opted for something like the canvasback if I had known about. I like the idea of protecting the seatbacks. However, I have used the WeatherTech on an old Volvo wagon. I really liked it. If you're looking for a thick, heavy rubber cargo mat this is not for you. If you're looking for something to protect the cargo area and clean easily then the WeatherTech is perfect.
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I didn't get daylight pictures but everything seemed to flatten out today and fit nicely. I don't know if I would say the cargo mat is flimsy. It looks to be molded and cut to fit which means it is flexible but should always go back to shape. It seems to do that.

I think it depends on what you're looking for. I might have opted for something like the canvasback if I had known about. I like the idea of protecting the seatbacks. However, I have used the WeatherTech on an old Volvo wagon. I really liked it. If you're looking for a thick, heavy rubber cargo mat this is not for you. If you're looking for something to protect the cargo area and clean easily then the WeatherTech is perfect.
I fully agree.
At least we're seeing all the options out there and everyone has different needs. Thanks for the great photos.
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It looks much flimsier than the mopar one. I just saw the Mopar one at the dealer tonight. Thick rubber. I don't think you could roll that one up very easily. The problem with the weather tech, is if you have long stuff with the seats down, that raised lip will fold down and leak water that has collected (like melted snow from skis).
I just put this in mine. Very heavy duty. Will leave mine back there permanenatley.

Canvas liner is nice though!

I also orderd the slush mats (OEM Mopar) after seeing the quality of the cargo mat.
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Re: WeatherTech Cargo Liner Pic

I received and installed the Weather Tech cargo liner, and front and rear seat mats. All fit very well, and the tan looks nice with the light/dark beige Overland interior. I used a liner and tray in my '93 Grand Cherokee. I plan to use an REI waterproof blanket to protect the back of the seats in my 2011 when needed.
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Whats the best slush mats? I was looking last night and couldn't decide. Is there a BEST slush mats for me to be ordering?
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Re: WeatherTech Cargo Liner Pic

I think most would agree that the Husky Liners and Weather Tech are the best. They are both pretty close to each other--especially in the front. The Husky Liners offer significantly more coverage in the back. The Weather Tech mats might be viewed as slightly "nicer."
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Re: WeatherTech Cargo Liner Pic

I was thinking of getting the ones here for $79 with the official jeep logo:

http://www.jeepworld.com/accessories...okee/slush.htm

Is it really worth the extra hundred bucks for the Weathertech ones?
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Re: WeatherTech Cargo Liner Pic

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I was thinking of getting the ones here for $79 with the official jeep logo:

http://www.jeepworld.com/accessories...okee/slush.htm

Is it really worth the extra hundred bucks for the Weathertech ones?
Only you can decide whether it's worth it. The advantage of the Weather Tech ones is that they cover the sides of the footbed area, whereas the Jeep ones don't offer that extra coverage.
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