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Re: Rear cargo liner options 2014?

Weathertech is the best. I had purchased the front, back and rear from them for my 2011 Summit and I was able to use them for my new 2014 Summit. Durable and easy to clean.
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Old 04-24-2013, 09:20 AM
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Re: Rear cargo liner options 2014?

Yesterday I ordered the Mopar slush mats and rear cargo liner for my 2014. I don't need the total coverage of the weathertech's. So I'm sure they will be fine for me.
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Re: Rear cargo liner options 2014?

I used MOPAR Slush mats for my Liberty and I found that they needed to be replaced every year as they wear down. I have had my weathertech in my JPGC for 2 years now.
Money well spent. The MOPAR slush mats, bad investment in my opinion.
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Re: Rear cargo liner options 2014?

I ended up buying Weathertech cargo mat and MOPAR front and rear mats. All seem well made. Now if my '14 Overland would just arrive..........
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Re: Rear cargo liner options 2014?

I would like a cargo mat that DOESN'T have raised edges due to wanting it to be flat with the opening so the dogs don't catch their feet on it. Has anyone purchased the mats by Lloyd's?
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I have the lloyds in my WJ for front and rubber mopar in cargo. Good quality and fit but wear like any carpeted mats. Im actually leaning that way as I think carpeted looks alot better than rubber weathertechs. I also haul alot of packages for my business and hate how I cant slide them in rear on a rubber mat.

The lloyds will wear faster but I've had them 7 years and don't look bad enough to replace yet.

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Re: Rear cargo liner options 2014?

The weathertech cargo mat does cover pretty much everything in the back. It does have a small lip that goes around the entire edge, even on the back.
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Re: Rear cargo liner options 2014?

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I bought husky liners front/back and cargo. while I liked the front/back seats liner I'm not in love for the cargo liner. It doesn't have a perfect fit... the pictures of the weathertech looks better in terms of fit... I would go with hisky for the seats since it has more coverage than the others

the cargo liner has a big lip, the problem is if you plan on using the cargo net you have to cut the liner, hence killing the waterproofness... I wish the liner would just go around the hooks
Does anyone have both the weathertech and the cargo net? Does the weathertech fit allow the cargo net to be installed too?
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Wish weathertech, husky, mopar or anybody would make the jeep brown color mats. Tan, black, and gray just doesn't cut it
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Does anyone have both the weathertech and the cargo net? Does the weathertech fit allow the cargo net to be installed too?
I will let you know as I p,an on picking up the cargo net this weekend.
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Re: Rear cargo liner options 2014?

Got MOPAR and driver / passenger mats fit very nicely. Also cargo liner fits nicely as well.

Unfortunately, rear passenger coverage just plain sux.
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I like the looks of the CanvasBacks. The wheel handle is cut out and you can get it with the tie down hooks uncovered if you want. I don't have one, but will be ordering one soon.
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