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Old 05-28-2013, 09:30 PM
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Re: Rear cargo liner options 2014?

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I would like to have somewhat frequent access to the spare tire storage area. Is the Weathertech cargo liner flexible enough for that, or would you recommend the Mopar liner?

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The whole rear deck lifts up for access to the spare tire and storage area so flexibility of the overlaying liner is not an issue at all. You just need to lift the rear portion of the liner slightly for access to the lift handle for the spare tire cover and the Weathertech is very fexible for that.
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Old 05-29-2013, 10:20 AM
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Re: Rear cargo liner options 2014?

I have the Husky, and access the spare area frequently with no problem. Like the hook strap that holds it open too.
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Re: Rear cargo liner options 2014?

I have had Weathertech front, rear and cargo since I bought my 2011 Laredo X and have had no issues with fit or performance. AND they are Made in America!
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Anyone purchased the WeatherTech "tan" that has jeep brown/light frost interior? ( 2014 Overland). I'm concerned about the color match....not that I would expect an exact match, but if its too far off it may be like adding a whole new color to the mix.. The black as an alternative, is neutral, but seems like it would be too stark. Unlike the 2013's the floorboard carpeting is the same light frost and not black, so I have to have something....even after a week it's getting pretty dirty.

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Re: Rear cargo liner options 2014?

I know this thread is a little old, but was helpful in my decision on mats, so I thought I would round it out with a pic of the canvasback cargo liner. This is with a detachable 14" apron to protect the bumper and the side panels. Fit and quality is top notch. I went with the Granite color to give some contrast to the black interior and make it easier to see any puppy mistakes that need to be cleaned up.



I also went with the Husky front and middle mats that fit perfect.
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Re: Rear cargo liner options 2014?

I have one as well, love it. But I went with black and a longer apron. I think the apron on mine is 24 inches long. It completely covers the rear bumper. My hitch is aftermarket so it's lower down and the apron goes right down to my hitch. I made a step for my dogs that fits into the receiver so it's perfect.
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Re: Rear cargo liner options 2014?

Went with MOPAR cargo mat. Much more rubber feel than husky or weather tech, and did not want things sliding around in back. Ordered the Husky weather beater floor mats and sent them back - feel more like plastic than rubber. Heard the weather techs are even worse. Read about the new Husky x-act fit. Ordered them, and they were delivered today. I think they are great - nice rubber feel. Now just need the jeep to put them in.
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Re: Rear cargo liner options 2014?

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Went with MOPAR cargo mat. Much more rubber feel than husky or weather tech, and did not want things sliding around in back. Ordered the Husky weather beater floor mats and sent them back - feel more like plastic than rubber. Heard the weather techs are even worse. Read about the new Husky x-act fit. Ordered them, and they were delivered today. I think they are great - nice rubber feel. Now just need the jeep to put them in.
I like the rubber feel, but my Mopar cargo mat seems 1" small in every direction. Really wish it was a better fit. Not the end of the world because I have a padded mat back there for the dog anyway.

Regardless of it being small, it doesn't move around much at all.
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Re: Rear cargo liner options 2014?

I picked up the MOPAR rear for $59. MSRP is like $100 I think. So it costs the dealer less than $50 for the unit. Just a heads up.
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Re: Rear cargo liner options 2014?

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I also went with the Husky front and middle mats that fit perfect.
So, Husky in the front, and German Shepherd in the back?

That actually look like a great setup. Is the bottom mat supported at all? Or is it just completely soft?

My concern is the transfer of load down to the metal rails in the back. Of all things, I'm afraid of denting them. One reason I was considering the MOPAR mat, it appears to be pretty robust, and I like the idea of the rubbery "slide less" surface.

I don't have one for the moment, and I need to rent a Roto Tiller this weekend (which rate pretty high on the "Boy, that sure is heavy, awkward, muddy and stinky with sharp metal things sticking out everywhere". Just the thing you want to toss in the back of new JGC.

I have some blankets I'll use to cover it up, and do my best to be gentle putting it in and out -- we'll see how it works out.
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Re: Rear cargo liner options 2014?

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So, Husky in the front, and German Shepherd in the back?

That actually look like a great setup. Is the bottom mat supported at all? Or is it just completely soft?
There is no cushion/mat with this setup. It is held in place with really good velcro along the edges and seams. It's not going to go anywhere. But the canvas material is fairly thin, so anything really heavy could mess up the metal rails.
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Went with MOPAR cargo mat. Much more rubber feel than husky or weather tech, and did not want things sliding around in back. Ordered the Husky weather beater floor mats and sent them back - feel more like plastic than rubber. Heard the weather techs are even worse. Read about the new Husky x-act fit. Ordered them, and they were delivered today. I think they are great - nice rubber feel. Now just need the jeep to put them in.
I bought the weather beaters thinking they would be less slippery then the weather techs I had in my 2012. I was considering the xfit ones but couldn't find any reviews of coverage area and slickness. What are your thoughts? Can you get pictures if then installed?
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